A leadership development programme for leaders of the Bangladeshi and Pakistani diasporas in the UK
Many Pakistani and Bangladeshi leaders in the diaspora remain very connected to their country of origin. Common Purpose is running a programme for these leaders that aims to build their capacity to contribute to development in Bangladesh and Pakistan.
The programme is focussed on a challenge: “How can diaspora leaders use their skills, talents and networks to benefit Pakistan and Bangladesh?” Over four days participants are guided through a process of creativity and innovation, including visits to organisations relevant to the challenge and sessions with senior leaders with knowledge of Bangladesh and Pakistan and of development challenges.
Applications are invited from exceptional leaders from the Bangladeshi and Pakistani diaspora living in the UK. Applicants can be in the early to mid-stage of their careers or established leaders. We are seeking a participant group that includes participants from different generations.
“The value of the Common Purpose course lies in its ability to bring together Zimbabweans from different political parties and regions in Zimbabwe. I have seen how participants have changed their perceptions on Zimbabwe by listening to expert speakers and interacting with other participants who come from all walks of life. These conversations are essential for us as Zimbabweans to co-construct meanings that are essential in nation building and reconciliation.”
Where: London, UK
When: 17 - 20 November 2015
Deadline for applications: 15 October 2015
There is no fee for this programme Participants will need to cover the cost of their travel to and from the programme as well as accommodation.
For more information, email: email@example.com or call +44 (0)207 608 8128
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