Diaspora Africa

  • Diaspora Africa
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April 28, 2024

The first cohort of Diaspora Africa Migration Media Hub will center on Reporting Climate Migration in Africa, in collaboration with IOM Nigeria. We invite journalists and reporters with interest in climate migration to apply.

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  • Diaspora Africa
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January 28, 2024

“We understand that migration affects women differently and at Diaspora Africa, we use data to research how migration policy affects women. For example, we recently examined the UK’s new migration policy...

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  • Diaspora Africa
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January 10, 2024

On 18th December 2023, Diaspora Africa commemorates the International Migrants Day. In light of the increasing number of migrants across the world, the UN General Assembly proclaimed 18 December as International Migrants Day in 2000.

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  • Diaspora Africa
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November 14, 2023

Penal sections should be metered out as punishment for those who violate these laws because the proper treatment of migrant workers essentially touches on their fundamental human rights.

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MORENIKE OYELEKE - THE WET GRAVE OF THE MEDITERRANEAN - Diaspora Africa
  • Diaspora Africa
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October 24, 2023

Official reports show that thousands of migrants and asylum seekers lose their lives or disappear every day in the Mediterranean and the Northwest African routes.

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From Uganda to Germany: Mark Lutta Connects Differences in Relationships & Language Acquisition
  • Diaspora Africa
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August 15, 2023

Immigration is a 2-way street. So, I think I'll just talk about my personal experience in Germany. I feel like, most of the time, when you go into a new society, it's up to you. It's upon you to learn the language and respect their values.

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Diaspora Africa explores African immigration and gender, education, climate change, refuge politics and LGBTQ+ rights.
  • Diaspora Africa
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August 13, 2023

In Africa, the hope of an undisrupted academic period is wishful thinking for many African students, hence, the strikes fuelling the drive of the continent’s youth to seek education outside their homeland, but the pursuit of a better-standardized education in Western countries like the United Kingdom is mixed fortunes.  

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