In California, the San Damiano Friary, working with HIAS, the global Jewish refugee agency, has helped give a home to two Muslim brothers from Afghanistan.
Gilbert started a successful seafood import business in Rwanda after fleeing fled violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
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At Allianz Germany, refugees train alongside non-refugee colleagues. The company sees a clear business case for employing refugees.
IKEA Switzerland offers refugees an internship programme, after which they can apply for a permanent position.
Hamed is an Afghan refugee who arrived in Germany three years ago. His dream is to give his daughters a future.
In coffee-mad San Francisco, refugees are training as baristas at the 1951 Coffee Company. Read more.
After fleeing, the opportunity to work and earn a living is one of the best ways for refugees to rebuild their lives and integrate into their host communities. For businesses, this isn’t charity—it’s good business.
Refugee Olympic Team makes history at Rio Games. Read more.
Schools are a safe place where refugee children can realize their full potential. Read more.