29 April 2017

Thematic Focus: Work/Economic Aspects


Panel debate: Refugees: Are Jobs the Answer?, London, 11 May 2017 [info]
- Will also be live streamed.


Building a Hub for Refugees to Exchange Skills and Labor (Refugees Deeply, April 2017) [text]

Employment and Decent Work in Situations of Fragility, Conflict and Disaster (ILO, Oct. 2016) [text]

"Explaining the Refugee Gap: A Longitudinal Study on Labour Market Participation of Refugees in the Netherlands," Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Latest Articles, 4 Nov. 2016 [open access]

How do Syrian Refugee Workers Challenge Supply Chain Management in the Turkish Garment Industry?, IMI Working paper, no. 133 (International Migration Institute, March 2017) [text]

‘I’ll take any job’: Syrian Refugees Struggle to Find Work in America (Refugees Deeply, April 2017) [text]

Minimum Economic Recovery Standards (SEEP Network, 2017) [text via ReliefWeb]

Refugees Need Support to Continue Their Careers: Here’s How It Can be Done (The Conversation, April 2017) [text]

"Rethinking the Employment Status of Refugees in the United States," Columbia Journal of Transnational Law, vol. 55, no. 1 (2016) [full-text]

The Role of Financial Services in Humanitarian Crises (World Bank, April 2017) [text]

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