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.
Dr. Arua Oko Omaka, historian at Alex Ekwueme Federal University, holds up an iconic black-and-white picture of a poor and hungry child suffering the consequences…
Here it is! The Diaspora Inclusion magazine, a colourful conclusion to the Diaspora Inclusion dossier.
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.