About Us

The Diaspora Events Foundation as an organization brings together people interested in history, culture, economy and business, human welfare, health and technology to discuss, brainstorm and exchange ideas and know-how on various challenges we face together in our world today and how they could be optimally managed. We create events that are engineered to influence public policies.

What we do

Research

Collecting and working out papers and ideas to support cultural understanding and integration. We organize and support the training and orientation of people and groups of people with basic know-how needed to tackle social issues.

Advocacy

We advocate issues affecting humanity collectively through carefully curated educational activities, media outreach and publications in the scope of management, business, science, art and history.

Projects

Our blueprint addresses basic human rights and socio-economic development, calling for input through thematic and knowledge based events and conferences, and all of our projects are created to influence public policies.

Skills

Research
92%
Advocacy
86%
Project Development
72%
Events Management
79%

Our blog

Meeting a long lost 39-year-old daughter

Nigerian father in tears as he meets his long lost 39-year-old daughter for the first time ever Long Lost Family proved to be a real tear-jerker tonight after a Nigerian father collapsed and threw his first meeting with his 39-year-old daughter into jeopardy. Laura Aker, who grew up in Kirkcaldy in Scotland, needed to know […]

Wole Soyinka to Storm Terra culture

All roads this Sallah break leads to TerraKulture arena, Victoria Island, Lagos to witness one of the best works of Literature veteran, Prof. Wole Soyinka- ‘Death and the King’s Horseman’ performed live on stage. The play ‘Death and the King’s Horseman’ which is set in ancient Oyo town describes Nigeria during the Second World War, […]

A Disappointing Presidential Broadcast

A Disappointing Presidential Broadcast By Ebun-olu Adegboruwa Reading through the presidential broadcast, however, one cannot but express a sense of utter disappointment. This is a president who virtually sneaked out of Nigeria, who breached his own self-declaration of transparency, by keeping Nigerians in the dark for over 100 days, and in that process grinding the […]

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