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How the EU and Turkey can promote self-reliance for Syrian refugees through agricultural trade
The Syrian crisis is approaching its ninth year, forcing over 7 million people to flee the country. Of those displaced, more than 3.6 million have sought refuge in Turkey, which now hosts more refugees than any other country in the world. As leaders at all levels of government, civil society, and international agencies are grappling with how to integrate these newcomers into society and the labor market, this report discusses innovative ways refugees in Turkey can become self-reliant.
The experience of Venezuelan refugees in Colombia and Peru
September 23, 2019
In the face of the Venezuelan refugee crisis we commissioned GBAO with conducting a survey to understand better the experiences and intentions of Venezuelan refugees. The findings of this survey – documented in the report that follows – provide valuable insights for any organization working on this crisis; they also underscore notably the need and opportunity for the business community to help Venezuelan refugees.
How Business Can Invest in the Future of the Rohingya and Host Community in Bangladesh
Bangladesh is hosting more than a million Rohingya refugees, and businesses have a critical role to play in improving the situation for them and their Bangladeshi host communities.
Dutch Employers’ Guide to Hiring Refugees
The Dutch Employers’ Guide to Hiring Refugees is a practical toolkit intended to help employers who are interested in hiring refugees but don’t know where to start.
IDEAS: The Economic Impact of Granting Refugees in Malaysia the Right to Work
There are over 160,000 refugees currently residing in Malaysia. This paper outlines the potential economic benefits of granting refugees in Malaysia the legal right to work.