Members of the consortium are individually providing publications, tools, and services to partners, target groups, and the wider public. The consortium aims at strategically combining and streamlining part of these resources, while respecting as much as possible the identity of the individual member organizations.
Publications and tools
A selection of recent publications and tools of consortium members:
African Diaspora Skills Database
A database compiled by ADPC to provide an overview of qualified African Diaspora professionals and organizations.
Building Institutional Cooperation between the Diaspora and Homeland Governments in Africa: Cases of Ghana, Nigeria, Germany, USA and the UK. Awil Mohamoud (editor)
Studies by institutions and researchers from both home and host countries working in the field of migration and development, facilitated by ADPC. The book is intended to inform policymakers in the field of migration and development of the benefits to be gained from formal institutional cooperation with the diaspora development practitioners.
Turks in Europe: Culture, Identity, Integration.
Talip Kucukcan, Veyis Gungor (editors)
A study of the position of the Turkish diaspora in several European countries by Türkevi Research Centre in collaboration with SMHO.
ABUROKYERE (Beyond the Corn Field)
Movie produced by SANKOFA showing the (dis)advantages of migration for both migrants and those who are staying behind in Ghana.
An online TV-program created by NEDSOM, which offers both Dutch and Somalia (diaspora) youth a virtual space to discuss challenges of integration and the multicultural society.
A selection of recent services and trainings which consortium members are able to deliver to other members of Eunomad, either directly or via the consortium:
Most of the consortium members are network organizations each themselves with an average of 10 member organizations in the Netherlands, and equal numbers of partner organizations in the countries of origin. Ramifications of the total network of the consortium reach to 4 continents and more than 30 countries in the South.
Consortium members are implementing development projects in the South through their networks. They can provide trainings with regard to Organizational Strengthening / Institutional Development, Project Cycle Management, and Monitoring and Evaluation. ADPC and ERCMOVE are knowledge centres, which conduct research for feasibility studies and evaluations, and trainings on civil society enhancement, good governance, and conflict transformation. Seva Network Foundation and ERCMOVE conduct research and training with regard to business approaches in migration and development. SMHO specializes in research and trainings on challenges of multi-cultural society (integration, and interreligious dialogue, and poverty alleviation in the North).