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Report from the book presentation and discussion on May 5th, 2022 with Olaf Bernau (author), Joana Reiterer, Kojo Taylor and Téclaire Ngo Tamread more »
Thursday, 21. April 2022, 19:00 - 21:00
ÖGB Event Centre Catamaran, Johann-Böhm-Platz 1, 1020 Vienna (Metro U2)
Panel discussion about the numerous military missions and peace initiatives in the Sahel.
Industrialisation has led to rapid economic growth and should be supported by social-environmental agendas. Creating more opportunities for women in industry would mean higher incomes and more control over their lives.read more »
The Africa Club is an informal discussion forum for people from public institutions, African diasporas and civil society interested in current developments in African countries, the EU-Africa relations and the situation of…read more »
The event focused on the importance of "green", climate-friendly industrialisation in Africa and its necessary preconditions, in a difficult global environment.read more »
African diaspora initiatives in Austria carrying out valuable work. This remains largely invisible and unpaid. During the event ideas were discussed to change this.
The event was held against the backdrop of the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference, which took place in Glasgow from October 31 to the 12 November 2021.read more »
VIDC Global Dialogue has been able to support women from the Horn of Africa Region to found a diaspora women network in Vienna, which will hopefully have a positive impact for the women in this conflict region. Nadja Schuster…read more »
Women from Sudan, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Somalia and South Sudan, who live mostly in exile, met to establish a new network for peace. The gathering in Vienna was hosted by the VIDC, some women joined online.read more »
Discussion on art, culture and crises in the Sahel with film director Paul Chandler (It Must Make Peace), G5Sahel gender officer Aminata Ndiaye, FESPACO program director François Adianaga and theater director Alioune Ndiaye.read more »