African Diaspora Public Affairs Committee CIC

Creating the Diaspora seat at the table

The African Diaspora Public Affairs Committee CIC (ADPAC) is a civic and social organisation that represents the socio economic interests of people of African origin in the UK. We are a membership organisation that work with institutions, corporations, professionals, grassroots organisations to improve our relationships, grow our influence and socio economic quality of life.

ADPAC works by coordinating the activity of the British African Diaspora to enable our efficient sharing of information, processes and resources to better build our robust self determined eco system. ADPAC CIC national leadership creates policy across Economics, Education, Employment, Health, Housing, Justice, Politics, Trade & Industry and Media.


By coordinating the national efforts of grassroots organisations, professionals and advocates ADPAC CIC seeks to create African/Caribbean community cohesion and structural inclusion that enables us to act as an economic block and improve our ability to determine our civic structures.


Regional Chapters

ADPAC CIC is a democratic organisation made up of the trustee executive, national directors of department who manage specific teams (Economics, Education, Employment, Health, Housing, Justice, Politics, Trade & Industry and Media) that coordinate in these areas and assist the Regional Chairs who manage local chapters through specific boroughs and counties


(Lewisham, Southwark, Lambeth, Croydon, Hackney, Haringey, Enfield, Brent)


(Manchester, Birmingham, Preston Leeds, Wolverhampton, Leicester and Liverpool).

ADPAC CIC Regional Chapters PDF


Trustees & Directors

What does being an ADPAC Trustee or Director entail and who should apply?

Volunteer with us

Volunteering with the African Diaspora Public Affairs Committee CIC (ADPAC)


Schools to Industry Pipeline

The School to Industry Pipeline is an ADPAC CIC initiative for all of our educators and youth engagement practitioners to sign up to and provide the public health approach for our children


The Schools to Industry Pipeline is the African Diaspora response to the public health approach. The public health approach is the provision of wrap around care for our youths from 3-21.


ADPAC through our educational department have a curriculum for our children that spans from 3-21 and is entrepreneurial in nature and was created to inform an African lens in order to create the correct mind frame for African Diaspora people to properly prosper anywhere we are within the Diaspora.

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We Matter Party

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Black Card Lottery

The Black Card Lottery is a subscription lottery, players can win cash prizes with a minimum of 35%  of sales going back to support African/Caribbean lead charities across the UK


Support ADPAC CIC Vision

ADPAC CIC delivers initiatives to specifically improve British African/Caribbean quality of life by creating structural inclusion that directly affects our households and positively impacts our families. To contribute to our ongoing work please donate to ADPAC CIC here

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