Posts by enpadmin

Diversity in the European Commission: Open letter to Jean-Claude Juncker and Günther Oettinger

ENPAD co-signed the Open Letter to Jean-Claude Juncker and Günter Oettinger published by the European Network Against Racism. The full letter can be found below: Dear President Juncker and Commissioner Oettinger, We welcome the European Commission’s Diversity and Inclusion Strategy ‘A better workplace for all: from equal opportunities to towards diversity and inclusion’ published on 19th July…

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WHAT’S THIS WITH DAN BISS! The Quest for Asylum: Refugees Welcome?

In November 2016 The United States elected Donald Trump as president, despite Hillary Clinton winning the popular vote. At the time, the world was still reeling from #Brexit, a long anticipated referendum to determine whether the UK would stay in the EU, or exit; The decision to leave after 40 years of unity shocked the…

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Statement by Continental Network for Indigenous Women in the Americas—North America and the European Network of People of African Descent (ENPAD) at the EMRIP 10th Session, UN Geneva 12th July 2017

Thank you Chair, This is a joint statement by the Continental Network for Indigenous Women in the Americas—North American Region and the European Network of People of African Descent (ENPAD). I am Dr Michael McEachrane and I address you as a representative of ENPAD.

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European Development Days 2017

Advocacy team coordinator Modi Ntambwe participated as rapporteur at the roundtable working session regarding the role of the diasporas in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) implementation; offering the opportunity to share with specific EU agencies the underuse of the the tools embedded in the International Decade for People of African Descent.

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ENPAD at the funders conference Turin

ENPAD General Coordinator Jessica de Abreu attended a funders conference Turin, Italy, on the 8th & 9th of April. Jessica spoke on a panel about funding feminist grassroots activism. The panel was held under the title “Working through the cracks: experience of feminist activism”.

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