A recent, ongoing effort focuses on mapping government and international responses to the unravelling crisis in Ukraine. Amongst others, we conduct these analyses to inform humanitarian assistance, exploring whether connectivity (between all these initiatives) can render relief efforts more effective.
The interactive networks are a useful resource for: home and host country institutions seeking to adapt diaspora engagement policies; international organisations; diasporic communities and civil society at large. For diaspora associations and groups, the interactive networks act as enablers. Why? Organisations no matter how small can:
As we continue to update the networks, engaging the community in this ongoing effort is important to us. If you represent a newly founded diaspora organisation or group (formal/informal), not yet included in the network, please contact us and we’ll make sure to update in due course. We are open to any inquiries that may help you navigate and understand your own network. For a full picture of how all these dimensions fit together check the COMMUNITY PROFILES section, as well as the full ‘Understanding Diasporas’ reports (Initiatives Section).