• Afro Diaspora Center Ireland

    Community Development @Afro in Diaspora Center

    Motto: Developing Begins At Home.

  • The Founder, Boards and Management Committees

    Afro in Diaspora Center

    FOUNDER & CEO SPEECH

    Sept 2010 – Present

    SUSUANA O M OLATUNJI KOMOLAFE
    Susuana is a qualified educationist and a qualified trainer, with master's in Business Administration and have undergo various training in different fields. As a woman with various experiences, this helps her in delivering the best support she can in making peoples dream achievable as she improves on hers.

    African Caribbean Diaspora Matters

    Our Values:

    2010 – Present

     

    To support, communicate, maintain friendship, honesty, integrity, to create awareness about health issues, teamwork and understanding how to make peoples dreams come through with the end result being a shared learning for us all.

    African Caribbean Diaspora Matters

    Objectives:

    • To strengthen the network of people of African and Caribbean descent living in Ireland
    • To develop skills in our community and to build capacity for productive and self sufficient living
    • To be the liaison group between the African Caribbean group and all women’s group regionally & nationally
    • To create a platform for Youth and Young mothers to enable support and tackle common problem
    • To create a forum of exchange, information sharing and peer mentoring
    • To create a forum for men (adult), young men (Youth, Lads) to engage and be a voice among great women
    • To build up a culture of entrepreneurship and business

    Process of achieving our aims and objectives

    1. Sustainable community development through education and business development
    2. Enable participation in wider national economy and target poverty reduction a matter of priority
    3. Establishing a new, fairer, and more equitable community in diaspora through coordination of the activities, information sharing.
    4 Collaborate with other organisations to consolidation of unity and solidarity among the Irish community leading to fostering better integration.
    5. Support access to education and employment and to full participation in public life
    6. Strengthen to work to eliminate discrimination based on age, class, gender and disability can have a multiple impact on disadvantaged within the community.

    African Caribbean Diaspora Matters

    Our Work in the Community

    Main Activities

    2010 – present

    The main activities of the group is Advocacy, Information and Advice, Community Development, Training, Workshop, Conference, Seminar, Event and Integration and Providing Support for Poverty in the Third World Nation.

     

    All this activities is carried out through various initiatives set out which are; 

    • Afro Fashion Show Ireland
    • African Caribbean Authors Day Ireland, 
    • Africa Fashion Week Ireland
    • Africa History Month Ireland 
    • Afro Diaspora Parent & Toddler 
    • Africa Caribbean Diaspora Men Forum 
    • Afro Cultural Dancing Group 
    • Afro Carib Lifestyle’s & Achiever’s: 
    • Information Room
    • Business Forum 
    • Health Forum
    • Susuana Roadshow Workshop “A Woman’s World”

    Adcenter News Update

    African Caribbean Diaspora Matters

    CEO Message: A Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from the CEO of Afro in Diaspora Center, Ireland. Are u ready and looking forward to our activities and events for 2021? "The Afro Fashion Show Ireland", "Susuana Roadshow", "The National Conference AHMI November 2021"

     

    Express Your interest and Get in touch. adcenter25@yahoo.ie

    We as Africans comes in different shade and color of skin, light skin, red skin, brown or dark skin, embrace the diversity and be inclusive.

     

    Our work is on empowerment of African Caribbean's in Diaspora through our various initiative to promote, project and profile Africans Caribbean's in Diaspora, the celebration of African History Month Ireland is one of our main activities in projecting a global positive images of our people and communities.

    African Caribbean Diaspora Matters

    Mission Statement

     

    We want to surround ourselves with women who respect other’s view and treat other’s with respect and having value for women, also to invest into peoples life positively and promote positive image of Afro women. We love to come together and share and we believe our lives are greatly enhanced by the women we surround ourselves with through giving, investing, impacting, networking and integrating.

    Adcenter Founding Director:

    Folake Farida Jubril

    Director@ Adcenter Folake is one of the founding members and director of Afro in Diaspora Center, Folake is base in UK, she is a mother to beautiful young teen Tito, Folake is an educated "Woman of Substance" full of words of wisdom, fun and a believer. Folake started her career as a Secretary with a leading Media House back in Nigeria and later moved to live here in abroad. Folake is a Learning Support Teacher, Master of Ceremony and Youth Motivational Mentor. Folake is an expert in Special Educational Needs Education for Schools. When she's not in class , she loves working and creating fun with Children and moderate at Children's Party and a leading host for social activities planning events. Folake is a fashion and stylist Icon in her own right ever since she was young, she lead the way and others follow. Folake is first a Nigeria and Irish by nationality.

    Adcenter Branch Manager:

    Klaudia Okros: Contact: 0894552604

    Welcome and it's Great to see you here. I'm Adcenter Ambassador for Young Integration for Women in the African Caribbean Migrant community, young business minded thinking of exploring needed support as a business. I work with aspiring young migrant mothers, women and host community in creating an opportunity for us to build our business.

  • AIM: Afro in Diaspora is a group of women committed to supporting women, men and children of the African Diaspora through education, information sharing, peer-counselling, socializing mentoring and promoting each other as a group, while we hope and believe that the knowledge acquired will be passed down to support others. We are motivated by our commitment to the philosophy of altruism and to sharing our knowledge and experience with others.

    Photographic Exhibition of African Caribbean Women changing the face of Ireland

    2020-21 PROJECT

    Collaboration work with African Caribbean Irish Owned Chambers' of Commerce

    thechambers.mystrikingly.com

     

  • DIASPORA MOVEMENT MATTERS

    We've got a top notch team! The project is partly supported and funded by funding under the Local Diaspora Engagement Fund.

    Project Title:DIASPORA MOVEMENT MATTERS

    AIM

    Diaspora Movement Matters will focus on the work of the organization by reinforcing our practical aim through our new innovative initiative to project, profile and promote cultural, heritage, positive communication and collaborative network with the host community of the possible advantage of engaging African's Caribbean's in diaspora to develop an investment movement in cultural exchange, shared heritage, improve positive form of communication and innovative way of networking to create and engage change with African Caribbean living in Ireland.

    Project Title:DIASPORA MOVEMENT MATTERS

    The PURPOSE

    Diaspora Movement Matters initiative purpose is to create a cultural development and further cultural heritage integration within the African Caribbean Migrant Irish community through communicating extensive networking which will generate a cultural conversation and promote heritage within an innovative platform.  

    Diaspora Movement Matters through working in collaboration with the various embassy to engaging the Diaspora in Nation Building tourism and the promotion of the country's image internationally. 

    Diaspora Movement Matters hope to implement a multicultural heritage for a  significant social inclusion of diaspora in Ireland, through the creation of an  alternative space that allows to educate both young people and adults and create  respect for diversity and a spirit of mutual acceptance and a rich and constructive exchange of cultural values.

  • DIASPORA MOVEMENT MATTERS

    We always strive for the best.

    Contact us for details on our various project for participant;

    Project Manager: Susuana Olatunji Komolafe CEO,

    Website: www.adcenter-ireland.com and Email: adcenter25@yahoo.ie

    Dates of all event will be confirmed to participant through direct contact, emails, website, social media and contact list of collaborators.

    AIM

    Diaspora Movement Matters will focus on the work of the organization by reinforcing our practical aim through our new innovative initiative to Project, Profile and Promote Cultural, Heritage, Positive Communication and Collaborative Network with the host community of the possible advantage of engaging African's Caribbean's in Diaspora to develop an Leadership Investment Movement in Cultural Exchange, Shared Heritage, improve positive form of communication and innovative way of networking to create and engage change with African Caribbean living in Ireland.

     

    SUPPORTED

    The project is partly supported and funded by funding under the Local Diaspora Engagement Fund.

    The funding comprising representatives from Department of the Taoiseach, the Department of the Environment and Local Government, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and Fáilte Ireland.

     

    PROJECT EVALUATION

    This project will be evaluated by our board project committee and participant.

    The project will cut across the three categories below to achieve its aim:

    • Culture and Heritage
    • Communications
    • Building Networks

    Contact for details on the project for participant; Project Manager: Susuana Komolafe CEO, Website: www.adcenter-ireland.com and Email: admin@adcenter-ireland.com Dates of all event will be confirmed to participant through website, social media and contact list of collaborators.

     

    The Purpose:

    Diaspora Movement Matters initiative purpose is to create a cultural development and further cultural heritage integration within the African Caribbean Migrant Irish community through communicating extensive networking which will generate a cultural conversation and promote heritage within an innovative platform.

    Diaspora Movement Matters through working in collaboration with the various embassy to engaging the diaspora in Nation Building tourism and the promotion of the country's image internationally.

    Diaspora Movement Matters hope to implement a multicultural heritage for a significant social inclusion of diaspora in Ireland, through the creation of an alternative space that allows to educate both young people and adults and create respect for diversity and a spirit of mutual acceptance and a rich and constructive exchange of cultural values.

     

    DIASPORA MOVEMENT MATTERS PROGRAM

    Program activities of Diaspora Movement Matters project initiative that you all need to have a look out.

    Conference: We are organizing two conference between July and November which are "Leadership Investment Movement" and "African'sCaribbean's Diaspora Movement Matters"

     

    The project AWARENESS will be launch on the 17th June 2016 @ Carlton Hotel Dublin Airport@ 7pm - 11pm

    The launch of the project will be on the 29th July 2016@ Carlton Hotel Dublin Airport @ 2pm - 6pm with the opening conference on "Leadership Investment Movement" and a dinner to display a cultural sense of our fashion tourism with the Afro Fashion Show Ireland and AfroFash International Award with our youth event of "Ambassador Night" to motivate Youth Networking in a fun, cultural environment which will be lead by our own "Adcenter Ambassador for Cultural Integration" Ambassador Gillian Chiazor Anyanwu on the 29th July 2016 @Carlton Hotel Dublin Airport @ 8pm - 2am

     

    Seminars: We will have a seminar event to introduce and launch the project in four counties, Using s seminars to highlight the three categories which the project is under

    • Dublin 15
    •  Sligo /Roscommon
    • Meath 
    •  Cavan 

    Workshop: We will have workshop facilitated to engage women, men and young African Caribbean Migrant Irish communities on a shared cultural heritage and ideas

    • Dublin 15
    • Sligo /Roscommon
    • Meath
    • Cavan

    Dialogue Forum: We will have a cross – border dialogue to exchange and share ideas on view of improving the movement of taking advantage of diaspora in politics, cultural exchange and communicating positive networking to improve the economy.

    • Dublin 15
    • Sligo /Roscommon
    • Meath
    • Cavan
    Diaspora Movement Matters will focus on the area of the project which aliens with the criteria and root aim of the organization in projecting, profiling and promoting a positive perspective of African's Caribbean's in Diaspora Movement Matters.

     

    Contact for details on the project for participant; Project Manager: Susuana Komolafe CEO, Website: www.adcenter-ireland.com and Email: admin@adcenter-ireland.com. Dates of all event will be confirmed to participant through website, social media and contact list of collaborators.
     
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