GaDangme Europe is an umbrella organization of GaDangme Associations Or Unions in Europe. Its membership is open to all GaDangme Associations in Europe and individuals subjected to a set of conditions. Each member association is represented by ONE delegate in accordance to our reviewed constitution, also form the A.O.A .
The formation of the GDEU was the dream of Daniel Nii Odartei Lamptey, GaDangme Association of Stockholm, Sweden that has materialized by the equally enthusiastic associations and individuals in Europe.
The First GaDangme Europe Conference was held in Amsterdam on the 8th march 2008 after three intensive brainstorming meetings in London and in Hamburg. At the conference, member groups agreed to pursue the unified purposes under the umbrella of a GaDangme Europe on the terms proposed in the constitution.
At the conference an interim Executive was nominated to carry on with the work which the facilitators begun.
Mr. Teddy Adjanor as acting president, Mr. Danny Lamptey – Vice President, Mr. Festus Aniteye- Gen. Secretary, Mr. Sammy Aryee – Vice Secretary, Mrs. Rosina Okpoti – Treasurer, Mr. Nancy Ohene-Sekyere -Financial Secretary and Mr. Alex Adjei as the Public -Relations Officer (PRO)
Member Associations are the Dangme Association of France; Bokemi Foundation; Nyemimei Akpei of Amsterdam; GaDangme Foundation of Netherlands; GaDangme Nikasemo Kpee of the UK; Bishop T Ga Club, United Kingdom; GaDangme Association of Hamburg, Germany; GaDangme Association, Berlin; GaDangme Association of Belgium; Dangme Association of Hamburg, Germany; GaDangme Association of Copenhagen, Denmark; GaDangme Association of Stockholm, Sweden and the GaDangme Association of Switzerland.
GaDangme Europe is dedicated to strengthening the unity of the GaDangme people in the Diasporas by identifying and pursuing common goals, creating small strategic groupings across Europe and to work in concert to bring together resources to support and develop our aspirations to promote and preserve GaDangme heritage. We are non-political, but we encourage GaDangmebii to be part of the political process in our motherland, Ghana.