Innovation and Diversity
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Fostering the long-term employment of refugees: the Danish perspective. Interview with QVARTZ.

QVARTZ, a Danish consultancy firm, has published a “7-steps Game Plan” aimed at companies for the successful integration of refugees into the job market. The report, based on the Danish job market, contains nevertheless relevant information for all wanting to do the same. The New European interviewed the authors of the report in order to know more about their proposals.

Migrant Entrepreneurship
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“The secret of integration is to work hard”. The story of Gurung

The New European has entered a partnership with the IOM and its program Skills2Work. In the course of some weeks, these pages will showcase some of the success stories from the EU countries participating to the program and taken from the digital platform FromSkills2Work.
The second article of the series is dedicated to Gurung, from Nepal, who has now become a successful restaurant owner in Budapest.

Social Innovation
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Harnessing the skills of migrant workers in Sweden: the case of Entry Hub and Randstad

One of the most recent initiatives sponsored by Randstad in the field of sustainability and integration is Entry Hub, a Swedish project that aims at creating physical spaces where refugees and immigrants can exchange knowledge and build new skills, while being in contact with potential employers. Read our interview to know more about the project.

Integration
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Fromskills2Work: good practices in labour market integration

Skills2Work is an EU-supported project focusing on labour market integration of recognized refugees in Belgium, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, and the United Kingdom. Employers play an essential role in the integration of refugees. The Skills2Work project explores the benefits and challenges of recognising migrants’ skills, knowledge and competencies; and subsequently recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce.

Interviews
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Fostering the long-term employment of refugees: the Danish perspective. Interview with QVARTZ.

QVARTZ, a Danish consultancy firm, has published a “7-steps Game Plan” aimed at companies for the successful integration of refugees into the job market. The report, based on the Danish job market, contains nevertheless relevant information for all wanting to do the same. The New European interviewed the authors of the report in order to know more about their proposals.

Business