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Thursday, 13 October 2022, 13:30 – 16:00
Vienna School of International Studies, Favoritenstraße 15A, 1040 Vienna
Monday, 3 October 2022, 17:00
Dachfoyer in the Parliament in the Hofburg (entrance at Josefsplatz)
Event organized by the Second President of the National Council, Doris Bures, VIDC and Women without Borders.
Aufgrund der zunehmenden humanitären Notlage und Hungersnot in Afghanistan (fast 50% der Bevölkerung) hat das Danish Refugee Council und VIDC Global Dialogue eine Konferenz der afghanischen Diaspora in Brüssel einberufen.read more »
Report from the book presentation and discussion on May 5th, 2022 with Olaf Bernau (author), Joana Reiterer, Kojo Taylor and Téclaire Ngo Tamread more »
In December 2021, Afghan diaspora academics met in Frankfurt/Main to discuss the establishment of the first "Afghan Exile Online University (AEOU)". VIDC consultant Ali Ahmad reports on the meeting.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 »
The second call for Diapora projects is closed! The aim of the Call, which is supported by Women Helping Women, is to empower women and girls in the diaspora and to give more visibility to their engagement.read more »
The study examines current diaspora support programs of the European Commission and in Denmark, France, Germany, Italy and Switzerland, on the basis of which recommendations for Austria were developed.read more »
Women’s rights and their role in society are once again a tragedy unfolding in front of the world’s eyes. More than any other group in Afghanistan, women have spearheaded the concept of democracy, freedom and human rights.read more »