Diaspora responses in times of disaster and other crises
Time: 12:00 to 3:30pm
Location: Conference Room 1, Peter Shergold Building, Parramatta Campus, Western Sydney University, Sydney
Diaspora communities in Australia play a significant and well-recognised role in providing financial assistance to both their country of origin and host countries. Increasingly, social assistance through knowledge, norms and values, is also being recognised as a key contributor to developmental assistance.
This seminar is a great opportunity to explore the many different dimensions of diaspora engagement and the critical contribution of both financial and social aid. Collaborate with diaspora organisations and others who work in the field to share ideas and investigate opportunities for action.
PLEASE BOOK YOUR SPACE NOW! Spaces are limited.
RSVP BY 5:00PM WEDNESDAY 4TH APRIL
For more information contact Lorenza at firstname.lastname@example.org
Who are we and what do we do?
The Diaspora Learning Network (DLN) is a network of research institutions, civil society and non-government organisations (NGOs) created in 2016. It actively advances learning and multi-sector dialogue on the role and contribution of diasporas to peace, development, humanitarian action and human rights. Diaspora Action Australia hosts the DLN.
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