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Promoting and Supporting Migrant Entrepreneurship
Evaluation and Analysis of Good Practices in Promoting and Supporting Migrant Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship is a powerful driver of economic growth and job creation: it creates new companies and jobs, opens up new markets, and nurtures new skills and capabilities. The European Commission aims to support an environment attractive to all forms of entrepreneurship, where also business support services reach all potential entrepreneurs, including those from more vulnerable groups, with the aim to make the EU in its entirety stronger and more cohesive.
Immigrant Women Entrepreneurship Program
Governmental initiative to help immigrant and visible minority women start a business or expand their business.
Refugee Women Business Mentors
Empowering refugee women in their host nations
Handbook for Migrant Entrepreneurship
Migrant entrepreneurship has been recognised as a viable alternative of decent and sustainable employment for migrants (Rath, Schutjens, 2016)
Migrant women entrepreneurhip in OECD countries
Immigrant Women in Business - IWB
IWB is a non-profit social enterprise association that is specialized in integrated multicultural joint ventures. Our members are committed to improving the world through positive leadership, compassion and dedication to learning, growing and giving.
European Website on Integration, European Commission
Microcredits: Barcelona's self-funding community of migrant women entrepreneurs
Immigrant Women are Entrepreneurs - Blog
Empowering migrant women through building entrepreneurship skills
Migrant Women in Business
Support for migrant women entrepreneurs and leaders
Leveraging innovative technology in literacy and education programmes for refugees, migrants and internally displaced persons
A compilation of case studies is the result of extensive communication and discussion between the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) and a variety of organizations and institutions worldwide, including the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC)
Immigrants in the population
The population with immigrant background can be examined in statistics in several different ways. Statistics Finland publishes annually statistics on the population based on citizenship, country of birth, language, and the newer origin classification.
Let's read together network
Let's read together network / Luetaan yhdessä -verkosto
Healthcare access for refugee women with limited literacy: layers of disadvantage
Floyd, A., Sakellariou, D. Healthcare access for refugee women with limited literacy: layers of disadvantage. Int J Equity Health 16, 195 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12939-017-0694-8
Germany's invisible illiterate refugee women
Article - Many women refugees find it difficult to integrate in Germany because they cannot read or write. The German government offers courses to empower these women to change their often isolated lives, but how successful are they?
mentorNET Mentoring by extended networks to organise volunteer resources
Second edition of the European Summit of Refugees and Migrants
EVENT Second edition of the European Summit of Refugees and Migrants will take place on 17-19 January 2023 in Berlin, Germany.
A European network for female experts
The European network of women experts’ database is growing
Women in Digital Mentorship
BCG Women mentorship for digital consulting
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