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The Ice Academy
A programme from Ben and Jerry's to support people who have refugee status get back into business and remove barriers they face entering the job market.
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.
The feeling of “charity” turns into spontaneous, personal solidarity
From an article by NACCOM
You meet refugees who are mums, dads, students, sons, fellow lovers of coffee or old movies… you stop seeing them as refugees and start seeing them as individuals.
Pathways out of destitution
From a video by NACCOM
Stories of destitute asylum seekers and organisations and people helping them. "Over the course of the first week that someone stays with you the person literally transforms."
From an article by Emmanuel Church Oxford
Each week on a Thursday night 7-8pm at a local Leisure Centre, Emmanuel Church volunteers gather up to 25 teenagers from almost as many different countries to play football.
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.
Navigating the asylum system
From and article by R2C2
The Refugee Resource Centre for Churches (R2C2) was set up at the request of many Christian groups working with refugees in Britain, bringing together the expertise and experience of those involved in this vital work.
Transforming lives of resettled refugees through entrepreneurship
From a report by The Centre for Entrepreneurs
How can we best help them start afresh? We can offer refugees the opportunity and the means to shape their own through entrepreneurship.
From a blog by Apolitical
How do you reach migrant families that stretched social services do not have time to relate to? Berlin trains unemployed mothers that are long-established in Germany but are themselves from immigrant backgrounds.
Living in Limbo - the life of a refused asylum seeker
From a report by NICRAS
What is day-to-day life really like for refused asylum seekers? They tell their stories and voice their opinions on the way they are treated.
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