Take a leading role in the integration of refugees in EU-funded project


Is your company or organisation working to integrate refugees and migrants into the labour market? Last October, CSR Europe announced a plan to form a European Business Coalition to work on integration of refugees into the labour market. 


The European Union has recently launched an initiative to mobilise employers for the integration of migrants in the labour market. 


In this context, CSR Europe is forming a European Business Coalition that will roll out a project, in collaboration with the IOM – The UN Migration Agency and other partners at the local level, to mobilise and support businesses in integrating refugees into the labour market.The project is still open for new partners to join. 


Refugees arriving on the job market can yield substantial economic benefits. They offer different and complementary skills that can fill gaps in the labour market and enhance local productivity.

The EU is interested in collaborating with companies active within CSR Europe to scale up the impact of such partnerships. 

Interested in becoming a partner? Please contact Paula Byrne (pb@csreurope.org).

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