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the body of Jews (or Jewish communities) outside Palestine or modern Israel

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the dispersion of the Jews outside Israel

the dispersion or spreading of something that was originally localized (as a people or language or culture)

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Bihac hosted today the Sixth BiH Diaspora Business Forum, organized by Our Perspective Association, the Una Sana Canton (USC) Chamber of Commerce, and the BiH Diaspora Business Center, with support from the USAID Diaspora Invest Project.
Photiou said it will take place in Australia as the three countries' diasporas have a strong presence there and it has been a request of the organisations of their diasporas.
Researchers in literature and culture and the social sciences explore a wide range of ideas about what diaspora is.
figure By KENNEDY CHESOLI This year's Kenya Diaspora Homecoming Convention will take place from December 19-21 at Ole Sereni Hotel, Nairobi.
THE Special Assistant to the President on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora, Mrs Abike Dabiri-Erewa has said that the Federal Government is making necessary efforts to ensure that Nigerians in the Diaspora exercise their voting rights.
At the first meeting of the Azerbaijani diaspora organizations operating in the city of Bern, an exchange of views on their activities, current issues and upcoming tasks has taken place.
According to the World Bank, use of these securities is possible if the following elements are in place: sizeable diasporas, effective contract enforcement, absence of civil strife, and presence of national banks and other FIs.
Schatzer, Peter, "Diasporas and Development: Bridging Societies and States"
Oxford: Oxford Diasporas Programme, Oxford University, 2015, pp.
After analyzing these communities and associations by accessing the contents of their websites, it has been revealed that the aims of these communities were to provide a platform where diasporas' members may connect with each other, share information and knowledge, develop the capacity building of the professionals and to some extent provide services, in their relevant field, to contribute to their motherland.
To celebrate the potential of diaspora communities as partners in development and diplomacy, the Secretary's Office of Global Partnerships hosted the annual Global Diaspora Week (GDW) from Oct.
Published as a part of the Edinburgh Centenary Series on Christian mission, Global Diasporas and Mission is an edited volume that explores global diasporas and their implications for twenty-first-century mission.
A CHANGE IN THE NATURE OF CONFLICT AND THE INCREASED IMPORTANCE OF DIASPORAS
Dimensions of African and Other Diasporas (University of the West Indies Press, 2014, pp.332, ISBN: 978-976-640-459-8) edited by Franklin W.