Decolonising Diaspora Spaces

Decolonising Diaspora Spaces

Diaspora and local responders are often treated as the barbarians at the gates of the international aid architecture – they must seemingly be ‘civilised’ before admission through capacity-building and accountability measures. The price of that admission is often becoming a comprador class for the international aid system, and to lose their agility or comply and be burdened in an endless bureaucratic hurdle race.  

This series of thought leadership pieces by Bashàïr Ahmed is inspired by ongoing conversations about decolonisation in diaspora spaces.

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