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Systems & Infrastructure

Economics, Education, Employment, Health, Housing, Justice, Politics, Trade & Industry and Media

The African Diaspora Public Affairs Committee (ADPAC) works across Economics, Education, Employment, Health, Housing, Justice, Politics, Trade & Industry and Media. Our mandate is to establish the infrastructures that the British African Diaspora community require to enable our self determined socio economic eco system.

 

We coordinate grassroots organisations, professionals and advocates through our internal CRM communication tool, which has many of the features of Google docs. Our national leadership work within their respective departments with tech companies, think tanks, industry professionals and legal expertise to establish the independent structures that we are reliant upon every day.  

Community Advocay

Economics, Education, Employment, Health, Housing, Justice, Politics, Trade & Industry and Media

Our national leadership works with grassroots and professional advocacy across Economics, Education, Employment, Health, Housing, Justice, Politics, Trade & Industry and Media. The purpose of this coordinated advocacy is to establish British African Diaspora people as a protected group within the United Kingdom.

 

We will do this by redefining how we are recognised and addressed by the British state to re-establish our African origin (be it the African Caribbean, African British or where ever pre-fixed with African) which is our ethnicity instead of being addressed as black, which is a colour and a colloquialism and holds no legal status as an ethnicity (anyone other than heterosexual European men can become politically black and access so-called black resources).

 

We are coordinating this advocacy to widen our participation and opportunities at all levels by having peer to peer institutional engagement for and on behalf of 3 million + British African Diasporan citizens. We will make sure that our benefits are commensurate to the economic contribution we make to the United Kingdom and will work towards establishing the ring-fencing of resources for the British African Diaspora community including, educational, health, security, political and entrepreneurial resources.

Structured Training Programs

Economics, Education, Employment, Health, Housing, Justice, Politics, Trade & Industry and Media

We work in partnership with Access UK to produce and provide professional ongoing structured training programs through our Manage 24 week leadership skills, purpose unearthing and mastermind program, which is currently being delivered for 10 cohorts of respectively young men and women who upon graduation become a life long alumni. The important thing for us is that as community leaders they have a support network that is designed to enable them to overcome any hurdle by fully utilising the Brotherhood or Sisterhood network.

 

We have a number of structured training programs developed with Access UK and are working towards establishing the hubs and incubators to nurture this talent who will become our future successful leadership within politics, economics, education and entrepreneurialism able to improve our socio economic eco system through sweat equity and self determination.

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