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.
Diaspora organisations could play a crucial role in making Dutch development policies and programmes more effective. An introduction to the ‘Diaspora Inclusion’ dossier.
Three impressive statements by Dutch networks, each calling upon our leaders to act in the spirit of international solidarity and collaboration to build a more sustainable, equal world.
Perspectives that offer a different angle and go beyond immediate responses to this crisis, gathered in this dossier.
15 April, 2020
What is the role of civil society organizations (CSOs) for inclusive development in low and lower-middle income countries (LLMICs)? The Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs…