Darius Kokou Agbeko DZADU , Originally from Togo, Darius helps bring refugees, mainland Chinese students, and native Hong Kong youths together, connecting them over the common cause of serving the local community . He is an alumnus of Resolve Foundation Fellowship 2018, a leadership and advocacy training program for community leaders and activists in Hong Kong. He is also a Football Coach and the General Captain of the All-Black Football Club; an initiative that bridges social and cultural differences between Refugees, Ethnic Minorities, and Hong Kong locals through the uniting power of sport. He is passionate about improving the working conditions of marginalized communities, mainly refugees and ethnic minorities, and hosts talks in Hong Kong, shedding light on the plight of asylum seekers around the world.
Asia Pacific Network of Refugees (APNOR) is the only region-wide refugee-led network of refugee-led initiatives in the Asia Pacific region that is working with and for refugees. APNOR was established in 2018, on the recommendation of Asia Pacific Summit of Refugees (APSOR).