We work with financial institutions, organisations and professionals by coordinating experience, intellectual capital and resources through our initiatives to improve our economic eco system.
We work with youth engagement practitioners and education professionals through the Schools to Industry Pipeline initiative to create wrap-around family care that puts our
youth at the center.
We work with employment solicitors African/Caribbean Unions and union members to effectively coordinate advocacy that represents their interests and the wider African/Caribbean workforce by affecting policy.
We work with global African Diaspora owned media outlets, broadcasters, journalists, photographers, videographers, editors and production personnel, volggers, bloggers, radio personalities, influencers and social commentators.
We offer volunteer positions across our departments including Economics, Education, Employment, Health, Housing, Justice, Politics, Trade & Industry and Media.
Email your bio to using the Ref: Volunteer and the department you are interested in.
Communication through media partners is a very important part of us establishing the British African Diaspora voice.
We are seeking relationships with Diaspora owned media outlets including radio, TV, vlog, blog, print and web platforms.
Email your details to using Ref: Media Partner
We offer writing opportunities on vlogs, blogs and TV news formats to establish our media owned outlets and increase the quality of our content.
Email us with a sample of your writing to Ref: Writers
FRIENDS OF ADPAC
Friends of ADPAC is our sister organisation where we welcome collaboration with Non-African Diaspora delivery partners, volunteers and donors to contribute to our multitude of programs.