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UK employers' guide to hiring refugees
A guide published by Breaking Barriers and Tent
Hiring refugees is an impactful way for companies to drive their business forward while addressing one of the most pressing challenges of our time - the global refugee crisis.
Creating a full circle solution to homelessness
The Social Bite Village will create an innovative, low cost, safe living environment for up to 20 people for around 12 -18 months. During this time the residents will receive extensive support.
Give managers basic training in mental health
From a blog by Quartz
Training managers to help care for employees' mental health would turn a contributing factor of mental illness—the workplace—into a protective one.
Employment reduces re-offending but not just any job
From an article by Econofact
Individuals are less likely to reoffend if they happen to be released at a time when the local low-skilled labour market is strong and when well-paying entry-level jobs are available.
Connecting talented young refugees with business leaders
From a video by Unilever
Embark is a reverse mentoring scheme that connects Turkish business leaders with young Syrians to exchange ideas, develops understanding and builds meaningful connections.
Fair pay for fair work
From a report by St Pauls Institute
A look at executive compensation by St Pauls Institute. Companies need to balance justice and self-interest in a way that society perceives as fair and supporting the common good.
Lausanne Global Classroom: Wealth Creation
Highlights the importance of wealth creation for global Christianity and the church in order to inspire young leaders, established leaders, churches, organizations, and individuals.
9 key findings on impact of volunteering on volunteers
From a blog by NCVO
The impact of volunteering across four main areas: mental health and wellbeing, physical health, social connections, and employability and skills.
The Church of the Table
From a blog by Together for the Common Good
Every day, anybody who wishes to join for lunch can knock at our door. It is a “family table”, everyone is asked to help in some task, like in every family.
The Spear programme helps 16-24-year-olds,who are not in education, employment or training, into work or training in partnership with employers.
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