Abdou Rahime Diallo comes from Guinea. Since 2005 he has been advising institutions and diaspora organizations in the areas of migration, development policy, participation and networking of diaspora organizations. One focus of his work is raising awareness of anti-racism and the dismantling of colonialities. He advises ministries of African, Caribbean and Pacific states, ECFR (European Council on Foreign Relations) in the area of Migration-Development-Nexus.
He advices diaspora organizations for networking, organizational development and empowerment. Additionally, he advises Amnesty International, the Federal Police, the German-African Youth Initiative DAJ, the exchange programs ASA, ENSA, Weltwärts, Kulturweit (exchange program of the Foreign Office and UNESCO), EPIZ, in the area of anti-racism sensitization and decolonization of organizations. He is a member of the Migration Strategy Group - MSG, think tank of the German Marshall Fund of the United States of America, the Bertelsmann Stiftung and the Robert Bosch Stiftung.