Davos Agenda 2022

Why refugees need a better chance at professional development

To maximize the benefits refugees can bring to their communities, professional development programmes need to recognize and foster refugee talent, harness skills and account for the lived realities of refugee communities. Image: REUTERS/Esha Vaish

Rana Dajani

Founder, We Love Reading, Jordan & Hashemite University, Jordan, and President of the Society for Advancement of Science and Technology in the Arab world

Melissa Diamond

Afghan Talent Lead, Talent Beyond Boundaries, and Refugee Inclusion Consultant

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