Media’s influence on refugee unemployment
March 8, 2012 by Webmaster
How does the media reporting influence UK labour market decision-makers and therefore the policy process regarding refugee employment and, secondly, which implications does this have on refugees themselves who seem to be the last link in this complex chain? These are the two overarching questions that have been discussed at Transitions’ Advisory Network meeting organized by Transitions, a social enterprise from London whose mission is to facilitate employment of skilled refugees. The aim of the meeting was to discuss how the media affects challenges refugees looking for employment face, as well as the possible solutions to those.
Source: Migrant & Refugees Communities Forum