Migration

5 ways to integrate Syrian refugees into the workforce

Preparing for the transitions ahead is crucial. Image: Reuters/Darrin Zammit Lupi

Andrew Baird

President & CEO, Education for Employment Network

Mariel Davis

Senior Manager, Communications & Partnerships, Education for Employment Network

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A Syrian barber at work in the Zaatari refugee camp, Jordan. Image: Reuters/Darrin Zammit Lupi
A Syrian refugee works at his restaurant in the Zaatari camp. Image: Reuters/Muhammad Hamed

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