LGBTQ refugees flee their home countries due to persecution and violence. But even when they arrive in their new host country, many still lack the support they need to integrate economically.
Businesses are well-positioned to address this challenge. By mobilizing employees to provide professional mentorship to LGBTQ refugees, businesses can play a critical role in helping LGBTQ refugees better navigate the job market and gain access to employment opportunities.
Co-host of the North America LGBTQ Refugees Mentorship Initiative
Co-host of the UK LGBTQ Refugees Mentorship Initiative
Co-host of the Germany LGBTQ Refugees Mentorship Initiative
Businesses are committing to mentor LGBTQ refugees
Over 50 companies have already joined Tent’s LGBTQ Refugees Mentorship Initiative.
Each of these companies has committed to mentor at least 50 LGBTQ refugees over three years.
companies to provide mentorship
LGBTQ refugees to be mentored
Major brands have joined Tent’s LGBTQ Refugees Mentorship Initiative, committing to leverage their workforce and LGBTQ Employee Resource Groups to provide professional guidance and support to LGBTQ refugees.