Cameroon Forum



Cameroon Forum is a civil society organisation. Established in 2003 and registered in England and Wales in 2002 under the Companies Act, the organization’s Headquarters is in London from where it currently serves its 2 Regional Chapters and growing. Together with the other chapters planned in Europe, Africa and

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Ambassade du Burkina Faso in Ethiopia



L’Ambassade du Burkina Faso en République Fédérale Démocratique d’Ethiopie, Représentation Permanente auprès de l’Union africaine, de la Commission Economique des Nations unies pour l’Afrique, ainsi que des organisations onusiennes basées à Nairobi (Kenya), couvre plus d’une quinzaine de pays

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Tanzanians in Washington



Jumuiya DMV is a non-political, non-profit organization whose mission is to promote, advance, and protect the interests and welfare of Tanzanians residing in the Washington metropolitan area. We are about assisting our members in times of need, and to promote cultural, educational and commercial relations between our land

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Ambassade/Mission Permanente du Benin en Suisse



Mot de l’Ambassadeur

Chers internautes,

Il me plait, au nom de tout le personnel et en mon nom propre, de vous souhaiter la bienvenue sur le site internet de l’Ambassade /Mission Permanente du Bénin auprès de l’Office des Nations Unies et des autres Organisations Internationales

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African Diaspora at the University of Milwaukee Wisconsin



The African Diaspora Project is a program that fosters global education and emphasizes the uniqueness of African culture and heritage. The purpose is to critically examine a range of concepts, issues and events that structure the reality of people of African descent. The program takes a look into the origin

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Global Jewish Advocacy



Global Jewish Advocacy For more than a century, AJC has been the leading global Jewish advocacy organization. With offices across the United States and around the globe, and partnerships with Jewish communities worldwide, AJC works to enhance the well-being of the Jewish people and to advance human rights and

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Tanzanian Association of Wichita



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The name of this organization is Tanzanian Association of Wichita, or simply TAWICHITA has been registered as a non-profit organization with the Secretary of State in the State of Kansas

MISSION

Promote academic, cultural and social cohesiveness among members. Create an extended family of Tanzanians to support each

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Gaatjaak Nuer Community Association of Australia (GNCA)



Mission: To maintain and promote the nuer culture, and heritage in suothwest region. To maitain and build possitive relationship with public and also with civil society at large. To provie and acknowladged the need and concerns of nuer community in diversty. To buil a strong unity a mong Nuer families

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African Diaspora Journal of Mathematics



The African Diaspora Journal of Mathematics is an international journal for mathematical research of highest rank dedicated to the publication of carefully refereed research articles in all areas of pure and applied mathematics. A paper submitted to the ADJM must be original, nontrivial, and well-written.

The African Diaspora Journal

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Performing Diaspora



Performing Diaspora has, since its 2009 inception, been a flagship project of The Harriet Tubman Institute for Research on the Global Migrations of African Peoples, and has been dedicated to supporting the development of valuable educational tools to enhance student understanding.

Operating within the vision of the Institute that “people

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Somali Diaspora and Community Link Organization



Somali Diaspora and Community Link Organization (SDC) was founded December 20, 2013
by a group of Somali intellectuals to respond the increased legal and illegal ethics and human suffering like poor educational development and services. The aim was to assist and help community challenges between the Diaspora and the community

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International Diaspora Involvement in Peacemaking Through Social Media Like DiasporaEngager



Source Title: Handbook of Research on Examining Global Peacemaking in the Digital Age

Copyright: © 2018 |Pages: 15
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-3032-9.ch024
 
The world is indisputably torn by many conflicts which are causing a huge human migration and turmoil worldwide more than ever. Despite human efforts to address them, several problems still remain and nothing points at a better future on this earth if the nations and their leaders cannot learn from history and readjust the ways they interact with one another in their peacemaking and wars. Several people “fight” the immigrants instead of strategically cooperating with them to advance their agenda and increase peace in our world, where global migration will likely keep growing. It may be unrealistic to talk about world peace and harmony without properly addressing the contribution of the global Diaspora. This chapter reviewed the controversial conflicts involving Blacks, Whites, Christians, Messianic, Muslims, Orthodox Jews, Rich, Poor, Capitalists, Socialists, Diaspora and their stakeholders. The model that DiasporaEngager (International Diaspora Engagement Social Media Platform) is using to help the Diaspora and their stakeholders to develop themselves and make peace is shared.
Author: Roland Holou (DiasporaEngager, USA)

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Handbook of Research on Examining Global Peacemaking in the Digital Age



Violent behavior has become deeply integrated into modern society and it is an unavoidable aspect of human nature. Examining peacemaking strategies through a critical and academic perspective can assist in resolving violence in societies around the world.

The Handbook of Research on Examining Global Peacemaking in the Digital Age is a pivotal reference source for the latest research findings on the utilization of peacemaking in media, leadership, and religion. Featuring extensive coverage on relevant areas such as human rights, spirituality, and the Summer of Peace, this publication is an ideal resource for policymakers, universities and colleges, graduate-level students, and organizations seeking current research on the application of conflict resolution and international negotiation.

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Cameroonian Community in Pittsburgh



Mission: We the members of the Cameroon Community of Pittsburgh, in order to foster unity and promote friendship and cooperation among us and the community, bind ourselves to abide by the following constitution and bylaws; therefore, do hereby unify and form the Cameroon Community of Pittsburgh. The purpose of this

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Egyptian Diaspora



According to the Oxford Dictionary, the word Diaspora means ?the dispersion or spread of any people from their original homeland?. This blog will try to bring the views, opinions and analyses of Egyptians living abroad. During this pivotal moment in Egypt?s history we, the Egyptian Diaspora, will try to

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Prophet Wakisa Chizaso Walking in the Footsteps of His Spiritual Father Prophet Shepherd Bushiri, Major 1



In his own words, Prophet Wakisa said: “Major Prophet Shepherd Bushiri is a man who has built my spiritual life and my prophetic ministry. l am advancing because of his mentorship on me. Without him, l could not go far since no one can make it in life without a coach”. He believes that “the Lord has anointed him to bring lost souls to Him, heal and deliver people, restore whatsoever they have lost, release what they lack, anoint them into different offices, lift their spiritual dimension and connect them to higher spiritual energy of the Holy Spirit”.

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The Law Association of Trinidad & Tobago is a body corporate established under Section 3 of the Legal Profession Act 1986. Its membership consists of practitioner and non- practitioner members as well as honorary members.

The Association is governed by a duly constituted Council (First Schedule, Part A), comprising eighteen (18)

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Diaspora Funeral Cash Plan



Diaspora Funeral Cash Plan is a first in the world, a need driven funeral cash plan targeted at the diaspora communities.
Diaspora Funeral Cash Plan is essentially a whole of life insurance cover underwritten by carefully chosen and reputable specialist life insurance companies in different niche markets. With our uniquely

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United States Sierra Leonean Association



Millions of people suffer and die every year because they don’t have the most basic necessity freely available to them. Help us change that.

“Our basic mission is to utilize the expertise available within the community to help the community”. We encourage all members of our community to come

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Montreal Estonian Society



Mission Statement: The current Executive of the Montreal Estonian Society sees as its mandate the following: 1. Acting as liaison with all people of Estonian heritage in the Greater Montreal area; 2. Coordinating cultural and social activities for the Estonian community according to local needs and opportunities; 3. Building bridges

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African diaspora – Identity, roots the Caribbean Black



Everything about:
Identity and roots
Identity in the Caribbean
Black political movements
Reparations
This website was created as a further development of a major exhibition examining Bristol’s role in the transatlantic slave trade was held at Bristol Museum & Art Gallery in 1999 and is being maintained for archival purposes.

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African Diaspora – Slave Trade



Today’s African Diaspora is a mixture of willing and unwilling migration from the African continent. What is the African Diaspora?
The dispersion of Africans during and after the trans-Atlantic slave trade and others enroute to India as slaves and source of labor. People of African descent with their

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Everwise



Everwise exists to solve an acute challenge – providing highly motivated professionals with the opportunities they uniquely need to be successful throughout their careers.
Everwise breaks down the barriers that prevent people from tapping into the resources they need to grow professionally. We leverage a novel and powerful combination of high

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Friends of Sierra Leone



Friends of Sierra Leone is a non-profit organization founded in 1991 by a small group of returned Peace Corps Volunteers, soon joined by their Sierra Leonean friends and other volunteers who had served in Sierra Leone.

We are a country-of-service affiliate of the National Peace Corps Association (

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Black Expats in Paris!



African-Americans, Afro-Europeans, Afro-Carribeans, Afro-Latinos, Africans – and anyone else from our beautiful black diaspora and those interested in this group! I searched through all of the Meetup groups, found some interesting ones and met some interesting people! But there are some things only WE can relate to :)

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Black Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles



Black Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles, Inc. is a non-profit corporation whose mission is dedicated to charitable, educational and community-based services. BWL was founded in 1975 after a small group of Los Angeles based African-American women judges and attorneys held a luncheon meeting to discuss the

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Nigerian Reunion Corporation



The Nigerian Reunion Corporation is a global organization whose primary purpose is to promote and strengthen the unity and honor of Nigerians and Nigerian descendants in the diaspora. The Nigerian Reunion Corporation exists for the betterment of Nigerian people, Nigerian descendants and Nigerian Communities The Nigerian Reunion Corporation draws on

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Netherlands Institute for Multiparty Democracy



The Netherlands Institute for Multiparty Democracy (NIMD) is a democracy assistance organization that supports political parties in developing democracies. Our approach is characterized by interparty dialogue: we bring parties together and encourage them to cooperate on political issues. This is crucial to establish the right environment for a country’s

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Netherlands Institute for Multiparty Democracy



The Netherlands Institute for Multiparty Democracy (NIMD) is a democracy assistance organization that supports political parties in developing democracies. Our approach is characterized by interparty dialogue: we bring parties together and encourage them to cooperate on political issues. This is crucial to establish the right environment for a country’s

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DFW African Professionals



A group for Africans in diaspora who want to meet other Africans and exchange ideas on profession, culture, investments, cuisine, etc. Non-Africans are welcome of course.

This is a highly collaborative/professional group that adheres to professional behavior. We begin events on time, honor RSVPs, and the organizers have

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Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network (RMIAN)



The Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network (RMIAN) is a non-profit organization that coordinates free legal services for detained immigrants. We train attorneys, coordinate the referral process, and provide the attorneys and clients with mentoring and other resources For the continued success of this program, we rely on the commitment

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Mental Health Educators in the Diaspora (MHED)



The Mental Health Education For Development is an international Diaspora volunteering initiative made up of a multidisciplinary faculty of mental health educators in the Diaspora, who are committed to advancing and raising the profile of mental health education in Ghana and other countries in the West African sub-region, through:

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Distinction au sein des universités d’Afrique : Brice Sinsin distingué en qualité de meilleur gestionnaire d’université et meilleur scientifique de l’Afrique



A quelques semaines de la fin de son second mandat en qualité de recteur de l’Université d’Abomey-Calavi (Uac), le Professeur Brice Augustin Sinsin est honoré. Il a été distingué en qualité de « meilleur gestionnaire d’université et du meilleur scientifique de l’Afrique ». La proclamation a eu lieu ce jeudi 26 Octobre 2017 à Lilongwe au Malawi devant des ministres du Malawi, du Liberia et de l’Ouganda ainsi que des représentants de la Banque Mondiale, de la fondation Bill et Melinda Gates, de la FAO. En présence de 66 recteurs et présidents d’universités africaines ainsi que plusieurs doyens et directeurs d’écoles/instituts, l’agronome Brice Sinsin, vient rehausser l’image de l’Uac. 

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Assyrian American Association of Southern California-USA



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1964-2004
Happy 40th. Birthday, AAASC!

It’s been 40 years since the AAASC was founded by Assyrians living in Southern California to help maintain Assyrian culture, heritage, and language in our community. Through the hard work of the administrations, volunteers and

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Future Agricultures Consortium



The Future Agricultures Consortium is an Africa-based alliance of research organisations seeking to provide timely, high-quality and independent information and advice to improve agricultural policy and practice in Africa.

Through a network of over 90 researchers across the region and around the world, we are showing how agricultural

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