Kiza Magendane is a writer and political scientist with a special interest in African politics, migration and identity. He is passionate about connecting people and organisations to find solutions for shared challenges. He studied political science in Amsterdam and Antwerp, holding a master degree in that field. Kiza is working as a freelance writer and policy entrepreneur.
This synthesis of the final Diaspora Inclusion dossier’s contributions takes together all findings in the hopes that all agents – diaspora, development actors, policy makers and private sector actors – find inspiration and motivation on working together for more efficient, sustainable and inclusive development and entrepreneurship.
In the final addition to the Diaspora Inclusion dossier, Charlotte Mueller and Katie Kuschminder evaluate on IOM’s Connecting Diaspora for Development (CD4D) programme.
A conversation with Marina Diboma about her work as Deputy Managing Director of The Netherlands-African Business Council (NABC) and vision on the role and future of African diaspora entrepreneurs in The Netherlands.
Shifting perspective: this interview with social entrepreneur Saskia Kloezeman will shed light on the opportunities and challenges for diaspora entrepreneurs in their country of origin – in this case, Ethiopia.