Refugees and Migration

Aiding Refugees and Migrants to Overcome Poverty

The private sector is positioned to help solve one of the world’s great humanitarian crises, and a major driver of poverty. Worldwide, there are more than 103 million forcibly displaced people, including at least 32.5 million refugees.
THE FULL VIDEO IS AVAILABLE TO VIEW ABOVE – LOG IN/SIGN UP IS OPTIONAL UNTIL 31 OCTOBER 2023 The hybrid workshop with Visa Inc
Na’amal offers refugees and underrepresented communities access to remote work and soft skills training. Their Work Readiness Programme develops non-technical skills like collaboration, innovation, and time management. Since 2020, Na’amal has collaborated with partners for digital training, including MIT ReACT and Techfugees. It’s now starting a refugee training program in Ethiopia. Their Voices of Resilience podcast shares refugee stories to shift societal narratives.
This session, hosted with Visa, explored how businesses can best support the livelihoods of refugees. What models of engagement of the business community to
Access to remedy is crucial to reduce vulnerability of migrant workers to modern slavery. To honour International Migrant’s Day, Anti-Slavery International’s explains the importance of access to remedy and what businesses can do for a migrant workforce, informed by our successful project aimed at migrant workers in Mauritius.
How climate change and modern slavery intersect, and why this intersection must be recognised by governments and businesses. The world cannot properly tackle climate change without including efforts to end modern slavery.

What do we mean by "Refugees and Migration"?

Explore how protecting the rights of refugees and migrants around the world is crucial for humane governance and global human rights observance.

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