Miriam Ekiudoko

Miriam Ekiudoko

National Coordinator of United Kingdom, Ireland

United Kingdom, Ireland

Tel: +36-30-604-2060
E-mail: miriam.ekiudoko@eten-network.net

“To motivate, elevate and provide tools of empowerment to all those who need it, to be the voice and echo of those whose voices are not heard”


I believe in the importance of diversity, inclusion, valuing and empowering people to be able to exhale on their potentials.

I am a passionate, dedicated, competent, accomplished professional woman with a multicultural, multi-ethnic background living in Hungary, with an extensive international experience, a strong vision and sense of mission, an activist, motivational speaker, moderator, facilitator, independent expert, senior consultant, artist, trainer, with a very deep and broad understanding and knowledge of the NGO sector, Diaspora and minority communities and organizations in Europe and the ACP countries, the EU structure and EU institutions, including the funding structures and methods. I am an expert in project development and management, bid writing, youths, gender, gender-based violence, domestic violence, child and sexual abuse, FGM; PTSD, trauma therapy, migration, integration, combating racism, xenophobia, Anti-Semitism, all forms of extremism, discrimination and violence, including Hate violence and hate crimes. My fields also include human and civil rights, People of African Descent, Africana studies (history, culture, arts and heritage), Jewish culture, heritage and history, social equity and inclusion, protection of vulnerable groups, cross-cultural communication, interfaith-dialogue, conflict prevention and resolution, peace building, counter-terrorism, intercultural and post-conflict dialogue community and Diaspora development & empowerment, international development and cooperation, with over twenty years of leadership, management,  community-, organization and capacity building experience.

My academic background includes: Qualified interpreter and translator, International studies expert with specialization in EU studies and National defence and security policy analyst.

I am also an artist and performer of African and Caribbean dances.

In the past years, I founded and led both for-and not for profit organizations, coordinated and managed dozens of projects, and organized several professional, educational and cultural events, most of them being transnational, and participated in over 200 different conferences, I gave speeches at, moderated and facilitated over 50 international conferences, workshops and summits both in Europe and Africa.

“If you think you are too small to make a difference, you haven’t spent the night with a mosquito”

African proverb

The Erasmus+ program of the European Union is an exceptionally outstanding opportunity for youths to be able to explore both their inner world and the one surrounding us, and broaden both their opportunities and vision. I am happy to be part of a team that enables thousands of young European citizens coming from all kinds of socio-economic backgrounds to take their own future into their hands and transform their dreams into reality.

Please feel free to contact me, I will be more than delighted to help with any questions and requests!

“We need to give each other the space to grow, to be ourselves, to exercise our diversity. We need to give each other space so that we may both give and receive such beautiful things as ideas, openness, dignity, joy, healing, and inclusion.”

Max de Pree

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