What makes Natural Hair Academy 2016 Unique

Last Saturday, black women from different walks of life gathered in Paris, at this amazing venue in an organic park called “Parc Floral” to celebrate their beauty. It was my third time attending the Natural Hair Academy and this year’s edition was the biggest to this date! For those who have never heard about the Natural Hair Academy before, it’s an event that takes place each year in Paris with focus on natural hair. It’s also the biggest event in Europe of its kind and each year, experts within this field are invited from France and America to advice the visitors how to best take care of their hair. “What makes Natural Hair Academy 2016 Unique”

How we are all fuelling “Congo’s war on Women”

On a recent visit in Oslo, Dr. Denis Mukwege urged electronic gadget users to «stop Congo’s war on women» by acknowledging their role in funding violence and corruption in the Democratic Republic of Congo

By Nicole Rafiki

Are you among the millions of consumers worldwide who depend on electronic gadgets produced by tech giants like Apple, Microsoft or Samsung? Chances are that you might be what the celebrated Congolese gynaecologist turned human right’s activist, Dr.Denis Mukwege, calls an «accomplice of the abuse of children, women and men» in the northern and southern Kivu regions of the Democratic Republic of Congo. “How we are all fuelling “Congo’s war on Women””

What investors should know about business opportunities in Africa

The 3rd annual Africa summit organised by Dagens industri in Stockholm was a think tank for most of the major Swedish companies that have long business relations with Africa like ABB and Ericsson on what investors should know about business opportunities in Africa; the mistakes to avoid and analysis about the region which was delivered through lecture at the summit.  “What investors should know about business opportunities in Africa”

Black coffee and Megafonen to fight segregation and repression through laws and judicial systems

Sweden’s society vices that emanates from segregation, repression, political and juridical injustices prevalent among the immigrants made suburb organizations in Stockholm to partner with social movements in New York and Johannesburg at the seminar jointly organized by Black Coffee and Megafonen at Husby Träff in Stockholm, to discuss social movement and its importance on democracy and establishing more socially, culturally and politically sustainable cities.   “Black coffee and Megafonen to fight segregation and repression through laws and judicial systems”

NIDOE holds Nigeria-Sweden Summit in Stockholm

Nigerians in Diaspora organization in Europe (NIDOE) is the umbrella Diaspora organization for all Nigerian professionals across Europe. As the interface between the Federal Government of Nigeria and Nigerian residents in Europe, NIDOE engages in Foreign Direct Investment to Nigeria as well as scientific, cultural or other areas of interest for the country. In line with the aim of the new government lead by President Buhari in Nigeria, NIDOE held Nigerian- Sweden Business Summit as part of this year activities of the Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Stockholm themed “A Collaborative Platform for Sustainable Business Relationship” which focused on investment, partnership and other issues relating to Foreign Directs Investment and how it affects large and small scale business in Nigeria.  “NIDOE holds Nigeria-Sweden Summit in Stockholm”

Why more Swedish Investors should come to Nigeria by Ambassador Svante Kilander

The breakfast seminar on Business opportunities in Nigeria and how Swedish companies can take part of the developments was opened by Kaj Persson from African Department in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Sweden. The Swedish Ambassador to Nigeria, H.E Ambassador Svante Kilander, spoke extensively on the quality of the present leader in Nigeria, President Muhammadu Buhari as forthright, uncompromising and prudent. “Why more Swedish Investors should come to Nigeria by Ambassador Svante Kilander”