Season's Greetings from Wales Africa Links - Christmas E-News and New Years Resolutions http://t.co/Q4W1GfKmYh
Recruiting a dynamic new 'Head of Wales Africa Partnership' - inspiring, bilingual leader ready for a NY Resolution? http://t.co/WyzhNtu5zr
RT @msemilydesire: @walesafricalink African evening of performances, dance and dinner 31st January - check out http://t.co/dd2BP4EUiv http:…
@walesafricalink African evening of performances, dance and dinner 31st January - check out http://t.co/dd2BP4EUiv http://t.co/dAARduOcfF
For volunteers and organisations linking with Africa.
WCVA's International Programme Manager, Craig Owen, will be leaving Wales Africa Community Links - and WCVA - at the beginning of January. He will be moving on to head up the Heritage Lottery Fund's Wales for Peace Project, based at the Welsh Centre for International Affairs, from January 1st 2015.
In 2015, the new Wales Africa Partnership brings five of Wales’ leading international and volunteering networks together into one new and exciting programme. The Welsh Centre for International Affairs, WCIA, are now recruiting for a new Head of Wales Africa Partnership to spearhead the new partnership.
We are pleased to present the 2014 Wales Africa Awards. WCVA have awarded 29 organisations and 10 individuals for their contribution to community development in Wales and Sub-Saharan Africa.
WCVA last week joined civil society leaders from all over the world in Johannesburg, South Africa, to mark the 20th Anniversary of Freedom from Apartheid at this years' CIVICUS World Assembly. WACL Manager Craig Owen shares his experience of visiting the townships and people who were at the forefront of the struggle for equality.