ACP YPN at the Final #BHMEU “CSOs Capacity Building Workshop” and the “Multi-Stakeholder Debate on Actions for PAD Rights”

After one month of events in partnership with local People of African Descent (PAD) organizations all over Europe, the ACP YPN organized on the 5th of  November 2019 a final training day with its partners’ representatives as well as experts from various Civil Society organisations in Europe. The “Final #BHMEU CSOs Capacity Building Workshop” was a full day event on capacity building, networking and reflections on how to build on the Resolution on PAD Fundamental Rights as well as the UN Decade for PAD, in their own activity and as a European Network. The main objectives of the workshop were as follows:

  • Gathering CSO, International organisations and European Parliament Representatives to report and discuss PAD fundamental Rights situation in Europe. 
  • Set the bases of a new European Network of PAD organisations coordinated by ENPAD, designed to compose a board of experts for a permanent Forum to be formed around the UN PAD Decade. 
  • Find together the next steps of social equality improvement for European PAD: best practices and support to advocate for implementing the PAD decade in their countries. 

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This workshop given by the international and European organizations was followed by a panel on “BHM EU Final Multi-Stakeholder Debate on Actions for PAD Rights” at the European Parliament. This panel discussion was hosted by MEP Pierrette Herzberger Fofana, with the aim of raising awareness and exchange on actions to take around the Resolution on Fundamental Rights of PAD, voted in March 2018, with a particular focus on 4 topics: 

  • Women and Intersectionality
  • Youth perspective
  • Employment, Social Affairs and Integration
  • LIBE – Justice and Home Affairs

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ACP YPN at the “Take your identity to work: Best practices on managing diversity from leading companies” panel discussion.

On the 30 October 2019, the ACP YPN organized at Google HQ in Brussels, a panel discussion on “Diversity and Inclusion in the workplace”, which was then followed by a virtual visit of Google Arts & Culture. This panel discussed different diversity strategies from leading companies: Google, Mastercard, McKinsey & Company and last but not least Sodexo. 

Background of the debate and objectives

What can we learn from the top private sector stakeholders in recruiting and managing a diverse workforce? Behavioral tests show that the origin of the candidate causes a difference in treatment and influence the probability of being invited to a job interview. In Belgium, job applicants with foreign sounding names have 30% less chances of being invited to a job interview compared to applicants with a similar profile but Belgian sounding names.Other characteristics such as nationality, origin and skin colour affect the chances of the candidates’ selection. 20% of Belgians prefer not to have a person of foreign origin as a colleague, let alone as a chef. One person of foreign origin out of three believes that his/her Belgian colleagues have difficulties accepting.

What we can learn from the top private sector stakeholders in recruiting and managing a diverse workforce

Google is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workforce that celebrates the diversity of its employees, customers, and users. 

Mastercard  was recognised by DiversityInc for its efforts to create an inclusive culture built on a foundation of decency and respect” last year for the 6th year in a row.

The McKinsey’s 2015 Why Diversity Matters and 2018 Delivering through diversity both report a “statistically significant [positive] correlation between a more diverse leadership team and financial out-performance”. 

Sodexo works to “attract, develop, engage, advance and retain a high performing workforce that reflects the communities they serve, with a global commitment to diversity and inclusion which covers five key dimensions – Gender, Cultures & Origins, Disability, LGBTQ and Generations. *

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Speakers included:

Jacqueline Rajuai – Lead of Black Google Network at our Dublin HQ and Programma  for our Geo (Maps) team

Michel Croisé – president of Sodexo Benelux 

Lerato Matsion – Engagement Manager in Mckinsey & Company

Virgile Aitondji – Director, Market Delivery – Co-Lead of th Mastercard LEAD Business Resource Group, Belgium

Moderator: 

Adelaide HIRWE – ACP Young Professionals Network

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The panel was live Streamed by: 
ADEPT Platform

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ACP YPN at the “Ambassador’s roundtable”

On the 22 OCtober 2019, the ACP YPN was present at the “Ambassador Roundtable” with the UK Permanent Representation to the Belgium and their teams during this #BlackHistoryMonthEU. It was an honour to have two special hosts for this event:

  • Martin Shearman, British Ambassador to Belgium
  • Laura McCambridge, Agriculture and the Natural Environment Counsellor.

The roundtable was an intimate dinner with the Ambassador and their teams during which 20 young professionals got insight on the work of the Embassy and/or personal and professional experiences.

The discussion focused on various topics ranging from education, workforce to gender equality within the #BHMEU context.

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Here are some of the themes discussed:

Black History Month in the UK British Ambassador to Belgium Martin Shearman, mentioned that one of the many roles of the diplomatic core is to share British culture with the hosting country, in this case Belgium. Seen as #BHM has been a part of the British culture since 1987, there’s a need to share this part of the culture with Belgium. A part that celebrates differences, but more importantly sheds a light on historical issues directly impacting the population today.

Diversity in the UK The Ambassador talked about how the ratio of people of colour in high ranks is much higher (or actually existant) than in Belgium in different categories from the demographic to education as well as the professional sector. He put emphasize on the fact that no country is perfect but pointed out that the United Kingdom is more used to a more diverse environment in all aspects of life.

PAD Women rights Laura McCambridge, Agriculture and the Natural Environment Counsellor agreed, that there is still more to do in terms of women rights specifically regarding women of colour. An effort has been made to increase the opportunity for promotions and professional elevation. The question on language impact on inclusivity and diversity was also raised. The UK population is generally monolingual whereas Belgium is generally multilingual. They are working on making efforts to increase the foreign language use in the governing sector. Again, the question was posed regarding why the UK generally has little to no necessity of learning a new language and it was agreed that language learning in the ACP diaspora, EU and Belgium could lead to the betterment in diversity.

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ACP YPN at the “Reception on Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace”

On the 16th October 2019, the UK Permanent Representation to the EU and the African, Caribbean and Pacific Young Professional Network (ACP YPN) organized the “Reception on Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace” panel discussion. This #BHMEU panel was moderated by the UK Permanent Representation to the EU Hannah Cockburn Obe with 4 main speakers:

  • Gemma Cairney– Founder of Boom Shakalaka Productions Ltd, 
  • Linda Nooitmeer  President of Ninsee (Institute of Slavery and its legacy in the Netherlands) 
  • Dr James Southern FCO Historian, Author of ‘Black Skin, Whitehall: Race and the Foreign Office, 1945-2018’ 
  • and Adélaïde HIrwe – ACP YPN Program Manager. 

The issue of diversity and inclusion still continue to challenge us in society, working together as a first step in overcoming these obstacles and challenges related is fundamental. 

The four panelists presented what they believe to be the main barriers for Black people in organizations and industries. 

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Adelaide Hirwe on a more technical note, affirmed that according to European Network Against Racism (ENAR) data, people with foreign sounding names have 35 % have less chances to be called to a job interview in the flemish side. She also added that even after employment, 20 % of Belgians prefer not have a foreign colleague let alone as a chef and one out of three foreign do not feel welcomed at the workplace. She emphasized on the purpose of the ACP YPN #BHMEU initiative which is creating a platform for discussion for People of African descent (PAD) on  their common experiences in institutions, politics, private sector employment” 

Gemma Cairney on the European identity 

“I’m glad we are having this painful discussion” One of the most amazing things of being european is that we are mix of so many things and that’s what I grew up to believe, I feel so much as an international person..the color of our skin should be celebrated and the mix and our reference points that we have to offer, whether that being on a political scale which is currently one of the most important thing to represent the European voice..” She adds on what media can do in this #blackhistorymonth EU and that is shake up things from the top!by letting some young kids create new media, by investing in them. 

James Southern points out how crucial it is to change mentality at the Civil service level, he says “Nationality and Britishness are very close linked…identity and security are closely linked in the mind of foreign officials…it has been a battle to turn this foreign office into a diverse”.

Linda Nooitmeer emphasized on the importance of action. She explains that instead of trying to change those at the top, we must focus on our situations and ourselves and take more action from our positions.

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ACP YPN launches Black History Month EU second edition (# BHMEU)

On the 8th October 2019, the African Caribbean Pacific Young Professionals Network (ACP YPN) launched the second edition of Black History Month European Union in the EU capital Brussels. The #BHM-EU 2019 initiative was in conjoint collaboration with the amazing Expo #SOKL, dedicated to one month of decolonial actions organized by the Belgian-Congolese collective ‘Faire-Part’.

It was in this friendly environment that the ACP YPN hosted with other partners – European Network of People of African descent, Adept platform, European Parliament Anti-racism and Diversity Intergroup, the Leadership Conference, Each One Teach One, European Union and the International Decade for People of African Descent 2015-2024, European Network Against Racism, etc) the beginning of the # BHMEU 2019. The aim of the gathering was to exchange on Black History Month EU but also on the integration of the African Caribbean Pacific (ACP) and EU youth, with discussions on mutual experiences. Attendees from diverse background, Luxembourg, United Kingdom Belgium, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, etc all took part in debates on ACP inclusion, discrimination, raising awareness while networking.  

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Our next upcoming events on the Black History Month EU will focus on our main objectives which are 

  • spreading awareness on the United Nations International Decade for People of African descent 2015-2024 
  • Advocating for the official launch of the Decade in all member states.
  • Reaching out to potential #BHM organizations across Europe and last but not least,
  • Highlighting and promoting the participation and integration of People of African descent in all fields of the public sphere,  

With Black History Month initiatives in Belgium, Portugal, Norway, Germany, France and in the United Kingdom during this month of October , it is with great enthusiasm and hope that these movements lead as examples of dialogue, justice, economic, social, civic and political inclusion of PAD communities in European countries and help expand the BHM across Europe. 

Check out our full programme on #BHM- EU 2019 on  https://www.blackhistorymontheu.com

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BLACK HISTORY MONTH EU 2019 (#BHMEU)

BLACK HISTORY MONTH EU (BHMEU) is a commemorative month dedicated to celebrating the impact of the People of African Descent (PAD) community in the history and the future of the European Union. The idea of expanding this initiative stemmed from the Black History Month held in the United States, United Kingdom and the Netherlands.

As a network that provides a platform for young people to play an active role in policy-making processes nationally, regionally and internationally, we aim to ensure equal opportunity by promoting and facilitating the integration of the perspectives of ACP and EU youth.

We launched last year BHM EU, in 2018, to bring Black History Month to the Brussels Bubble and to the EU institutions with three main objectives:

  1. To encourage exchange and dialogue on mutual experiences in the young PAD community;
  2. To highlight, promote and foster the participation of young PAD in politics, institutions, entrepreneurship and the Information Communication Tech sector;
  3. To inspire a greater network of PAD.

Our main objectives for the BHM-EU 2019 are as follows:

  1. Spread awareness on the UN International Decade for people of African descent 2015-2024 across Europe around its three pillars: recognition, justice and development — and
  2. Advocate for the official launch of the Decade in all member states;
  3. Reach out to prospective BHM-EU partner organizations across Europe;
  4. Promote and highlight the participation of PAD in all fields of public sphere;

We hope to expand BHM-EU across member states for it to become a movement for economic, social, civic and political inclusion.

You can follow the discussion and contribute using the hashtag #ACPYouthTalk, #BHMEU, #BlackHistoryMonthEU

For more information on #BHMEU 2019 and to read how you can get involved, visit the #BHMEU website https://www.blackhistorymontheu.com

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ACP YPN AT THE ILO GLOBAL YOUTH EMPLOYMENT FORUM 2019

From 1 to 3 August 2019, Aïssatou Touré, ACP YPN Policy Officer was invited at the GLOBAL YOUTH EMPLOYMENT FORUM 2019, organized in Abuja, Nigeria by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) under the theme “An opportunity to celebrate the past and embrace the future”. During three days, the Forum celebrated 60 years of ILO’s presence in Africa, as well as 100 years of the ILO’s work promoting decent jobs for youth. More than 200 young people from 65 countries including representatives from governments, socials partners, UN and other multilateral organisations, private sector and foundations, civil society, academia and regional institutions were gathered.

The Forum built upon the 2012 International Labour Conference where ILO constituents adopted “The Youth Employment Crisis – A Call for Action”, placing investments in youth employment at the top of national development agendas and providing guidance on how to improve youth’s transition into decent work in the areas of: Employment and economic policies for youth employment; Employability, including education, training and skills, and the school-to-work transition; Labour market policies; Youth entrepreneurship and self-employment; and Rights for young people.

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Aïssatou was designated rapporteur in one of the group sessions and brought into the debates with ILO Director- General Guy Rider the African and Diaspora perspectives alongside Aya Mezrigui (Union Générale Tunisienne du Travail), Pape Samba Diop and Nicolas Dacosta (AFCON Service), Adjele Mensah (Confederation Syndicale Internationale Region Afrique), Abdoul Aziz Traore (Association SUUDU ANDAL), Mensa Tsedze (Earth Guardians), Assane SY (Uni Global Union SNTPT/SN), Gabriela Tricolici (Confédération Nationale des Syndicats de Moldavie), Jean-Philippe Ahoua (African Union Youth Volunteer), Jennifer Vanessa Korie Chetachi (University of Maroua) and Elvis Adjahoungba (CASEC – ACSAC).  Together the youth delegates from French-speaking countries issued the following recommendations to create inclusive decent sustainable jobs for the youth:

  1. Sensitize and train young people on opportunities in the green economy
  2. Create institutional mechanisms to promote and support the creation of green jobs (while improving social security conditions and occupational health)
  3. Create measures to support green value chains (from production, through processing and marketing)
  4. Promote equitable access to green jobs for all segments of the population (migrants, women, youth)
  5. Creation of a tripartite training and liaison office between ILO, private sector and youth organisations (including entrepreneurs)

During the Share Fair on YOUTH EMPLOYMENT SOLUTIONS (YES!), a marketplace of innovative solutions recognizing the diversity of youth, Aïssatou alongside Elvis Adjahoungba presented and discussed practical solutions implemented in Benin to raise awareness in the African context in schools and universities around SDGs and how to can make it relevant in our context.

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ACP YPN expert at the Training and Professional Development Academy (AFPEC)

Universities, specialized schools, training centers, and high schools, Edu-Carib has created a space for students wishing to study in the Caribbean Region.

Courses and excellent programmes the Caribbean… yes, they exist! The Caribbean is the birthplace to excellent universities, business, and engineering schools. There are more than 100 campuses in the region. The Edu-Carib.com platform aims to become the main reference point for academic advice, guidance, and training in the Caribbean Region. In the age of ICT technologies, it is crucial to establish a digital connection between Caribbean people and those who wish to come to study there.

On Saturday July 13th, 2019, a professional coaching workshop was held at the Training and Professional Development Academy (AFPEC) in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The theme of the workshop was ‘Training Opportunities in the Caribbean – Special Edition: Tourism’.

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The purpose of this seminar was to give participants practical information on the different types of training provided by the academic partners of the Edu-Carib programme, university campuses and available scholarship opportunities in the Caribbean that are open to not only students from the region but also those from other parts of the world who are interested in furthering their studies at an institution in the Caribbean.

The launch of the platform is expected very soon and until then, workshops, coaching sessions, forums for discussion and support services are underway.

We all have a talent. To discover this talent, you must be willing to think outside the box. This can be you. We provide counsel and guidance to all types of profiles. Do you have difficulty determining the direction of your schooling or your career?

Want to know more about training opportunities in the Caribbean or about the support services offered by Edu-Carib and the next dates of workshops in your country? Feel free to contact them at contact@edu-carib.com and come join the wave of talent on Edu-Carib!

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ACP YPN at the Africa – EU Economic and Social Stakeholders’ Network

On the 3rd and 4th of July 2019, the ACP YPN Ambassadors attended the 6th meeting of the EU-Africa Economic and Social Stakeholders’ Network at the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) in Brussels on the topic of Investing in Africa. The EESC led the two day event by firstly enabling non-state actors to understand and exchange on institutional investments mechanics, to then examine the EESC consultative work on investment and trade and ended with a study on the impact of investment in the private, social and environmental sectors.

Participants and speakers from both continents joined in the discussion. These
representatives of networks and organisations of employers presented their projects and problems they encountered in the EU-Africa investment context.

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On the first day, the EESC president, Luca Jahier started off the meeting, followed up by the introductory remarks by the president of the ACP-EU follow-up committee, Jarosław Mulewicz. The opening session on the EU-Africa investment mechanism: towards a manual for civil society organizations was then hosted by, Robert Lisinge, Chief of Energy Infrastructure and Services Section of Private Sector Development and Finance Division of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA), representing the African continent and Torsten Ewerbeck, Deputy Head of Unit Coordination of the External Investment Bank (EIP) Secretariat and Blending Facilities, DG DEVCO and Corinne Salinas International aid – cooperation officer, EU Trust Fund for Sahel and Lake Chad, DG DEVCO, as EU representatives presented and explained their projects in Africa. On the afternoon of the same day, the topic was on investment and trade as instruments, with special focus on Africa, Mr Metzler and Wagensonner, presented the EESC work in progress.

On the second day, the focus was on the impact of investing in the private sector with Christian Elias, Head of Unit for Public Sector operations in Sub-Saharan Africa, Ousseine Diallo, Executive Secretary Fédérations des Organisations patronales d’Afrique de l’Ouest and Olivier Poujade, Director-general East Africa Gate and Founder of the EU chamber of commerce in Ethiopia. The final session held was on the impact of investing in the social and environmental sectors with Micheline Dion Sompleni, president of the Union des Coopératives de Femmes Transformatrices de poisson de Côte d’Ivoire (USCOFEP-ci), Joaquina Almeida, Secretary-General of the Union Nacional dos Trabalhadores de Cabo Verde – Central Sindical (UNTC-CS), Professor Aboubacar Awaiss, International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUNC) and last but not least, Anselme Amoussou, Secretary general of the Confédération des Syndicats Autonomes du Bénin (CSA BENIN).

The two main common factors in every participant’s speech were focused on gender equality and youth inclusiveness. As the only young participants, our presence and participation in the event showed our commitment and motivation to partake and voice our opinions as ACP ambassadors in the EU-Africa investment context. In reference to the mission and vision of ACP YPN in advocacy role in inclusion of youth and Diaspora in the contribution to policy dialogue in the context of the theme of the event investing in Africa, it was clear that very little was achieved in this regard. The take away from the event was dominated by a showcase of practices ( including best practices and otherwise) as shown by participants across the region.

Firstly, in regards to the Diaspora and youth involvement in the development agenda, there was no special attention to the youth as shown by several case studies. And secondly from the modalities of investment and access to funds by the ACP stakeholders in their region. The two points are intertwined since the theme is investing in Africa. The investment funds and the trust funds as well as the criteria to access the funds in the African region is in itself a hindrance and blockage to gain access to the funds despite the huge potentials of the African market. In addition, transparency and more simple application for the funds will result in a more efficient work for both partners.

This two-day meeting ended with Jaroslaw Maculewicz presentation of the final declaration, which will be addressed to the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and the African Union.

This draft declaration essentially incorporates five main points, which are the following:
● The role of civil society in Africa -Eu relations
● The EU-Africa investment mechanisms
● The importance of infrastructure as a factor of progress
● The impact of investing in the private sector
● The impact of investing in the social and environmental sectors

 

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ACP YPN at the European Development Days (EDD) 2019

On the 18th and 19th June 2019, for the fourth time, African Caribbean Pacific Young Professionals Network (ACP YPN) sent a delegation of 7 ACP YPN Youth Ambassadors to the thirteenth edition of the European Development Days (EDD), the biggest European development forum gathering the development community together.

As a lead youth organization in the ACP- EU partnership, ACP YPN had a precious spot at the Youth Lounge in the European Village along with other youth organisations.

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The Youth Lounge aimed at providing a meeting place for young people to network and connect between themselves but also to engage with EDD participants and organizations. High profile visitors came to the Youth Lounge such as the second lady of Ghana or Nas –the famous influencer, among others.

ACP YPN participated and organized several activities during the two-day event at the Youth Lounge including engaging with EDD participants:

-Adélaïde Hirwe moderated the panel under the topicTackling Inequality through Youth Governance at ADEPT Platform stand. The discussion showcased examples of African diaspora contribution in reducing youth inequalities.

-Our already famous Dance for equality this year was lead by Uriel Dance through steps of salsa, bachata and to the sound of African rhythms. Participants were invite to engage, through movement, on the topics of the vital role of the youth and the need for fully inclusive and equal participation and leadership in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.

-Kelly-Ann Fonderson participated as a speaker also in one of the panels at ADEPT platform stand, a meetup onBuilding fair, inclusive and sustainable world by harnessing diaspora civic and political participation.

-Yannick Cocard and Emelyne Igihozo interviewed participants at COLEACP tv stand, about sustainability and agriculture.

They all participated at the One Vote campaign discussion and shared best practices on mobilising the youth to vote with the EDD Young Leaders and members of the audience.

To conclude the event, nothing as the magic performance of Magic System, the Ivorian musical group, that got everyone dancing on the stage.

The ACP YPN delegation for the 2019 EDD edition included:

  1. Adelaide Hirwe, ACP YPN Program Manager
  2. Kelly- Ann Fonderson, ACP YPN Expert
  3. Ana Gallego Solana, ACP YPN Communication Assistant
  4. Gilberto Morrisaw, ACP YPN Expert
  5. Emelyne Igihozo, ACP YPN Youth Ambassador
  6. Ariane Takyi, ACP YPN Expert
  7. Yannick Cocard, ACP YPN Youth Ambassador

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