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Press Release: Meeting the African Diaspora in Wrexham

Press Release: Meeting the African Diaspora in Wrexham

13 Aug 2018


Monday 7 March 2016


 Engaging with African Communities

This Saturday (12 March, 3:00pm-9:00pm) at Glyndwr University African diaspora in north east Wales will gather to discuss the International Development challenges.Fadhili Maghiya, Inclusion Officer at Hub Cymru Africa said: “Welsh-African communities are a key component of the International Development sector in Wales. 

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“From within these communities groups and individuals often play an important role in giving back to their local communities in Wales as well as their countries of origin.”

The event will engage African communities with the development sector in Wales as well as highlight some of the support and funding opportunities that the diaspora community can get from Hub Cymru Africa and the Sub-Sahara Advisory Panel.

To register for the event visit:


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For more information contact: Communications, Media and Events Coordinator, Brân Devey / 02920 821 057.

Notes to Editors:

  • Hub Cymru Africa is a three year project supporting mutually beneficial links and actions in and between Wales and Africa, and Fair Trade activities in Wales. This is done through events, campaigns, training, advice and grants on the themes of climate change and the environment, lifelong learning, health and wellbeing and sustainable livelihoods. This is a partnership project funded by the Welsh Government.

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