EUDiF
Did you know...
Of 107 countries mapped, 66 have a diaspora-related institution and 24 have a specific policy.
Read more
Top takeaways from the webinar
Catch up on the fascinating discussions on the role of homeland governments in diaspora engagement, with insights from Lebanon, Mexico and Moldova
Read more
100+ country factsheets
Explore all the factsheets via the interactive map. Learn about diaspora policies, practices and priorities around the world.
Read more
What we do

EUDiF seeks to consolidate knowledge and action to address the fragmentation of diaspora engagement for development. We assist diaspora organisations in Europe, countries of origin and the EU to engage and collaborate more effectively with each other on development issues.

Read more
Who we are

EUDiF is a pilot project funded by the European Union’s Directorate-General for International Partnerships (DG INTPA) under the Development Cooperation Instrument, running from June 2019 until the end of 2022. The project is implemented by the International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD).

Read more
Diaspora expertise
Diaspora members have long been acknowledged as agents for sustainable development with great potential in terms of social, human and financial capital. At EUDiF we believe in mainstreaming diaspora expertise for sustainable development when said diaspora expertise can bring added value.

The Diaspora Professionals 4 Development is a pilot mechanism that recruits and deploys Europe-based diaspora professionals in digital, education, entrepreneurship, environment or health to support short-term development projects in countries of heritage.
Read more
News • Global
What is the role of homeland governments in diaspora engagement?
February 17, 2021
Read the top takeaways from the discussion between Lebanon, Mexico and Moldova on different diaspora engagement models.
Read more
News • Global
Introducing our webinar guests…
February 1, 2021
On Tuesday 2 February we welcome you to join our webinar to hear from representatives of Lebanon, Mexico and Moldova on the role of homeland governments in diaspora engagement.
Read more
News • Global
Webinar: The role of homeland governments in diaspora engagement
January 19, 2021
On Tuesday 2 February we welcome you to join our webinar to hear from representatives of Lebanon, Mexico and Moldova on the role of homeland governments in diaspora engagement.
Read more
View all news
Request for
diaspora expertise
Message
Apply now
Message
Send request
Apply for expert support
Message
Want to know more about our diaspora development experts?
Learn more
Expert login
Sign in
Want to know how
to become a diaspora expert?
Learn more