Yannicke is a managing knowledge broker with a specialization in the field of civic action and social movements. She previously worked for the INCLUDE knowledge platform on inclusive development and is currently responsible for a variety of Broker projects on civil society activism and global governance. Yannicke holds a Bachelor’s degree in liberal arts from Tilburg University and a Research Master’s degree in political history from Radboud University Nijmegen. Her professional interests include democratization processes, political participation, social movements, civil society and human rights.
To learn more about the initiatives and the vision of IOM The Netherlands regarding diaspora inclusion and the role of multilateral organisations, The Broker interviewed two of their senior officials.
The Broker and IOM Nederland will provide a platform to diaspora professionals and entrepreneurs to shed more light on their potential and how this can be tapped into more effectively to benefit diaspora groups, their countries of origin as well as their new home country.
Stories and lessons for future programming from the ‘Watershed-Empowering Citizens’ programme, aimed at capacity building of civil society organisations in Bhola, Bangladesh.
While people often like to believe otherwise, the international development community is not immune to racism. Dismantling the blind spots in international development.