Rahel Zemuye can hardly remember her arrival to Germany many years ago. She was too small when she escaped the war between Eritrea and Ethiopia with her single mother and her two siblings - but what she remembers is that Eritrean culture has always been part of her...
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The training Up to Youth, organized by MicroLab association returns in Rome on October 21st, 22nd and 23rd in collaboration with the Unique Desk for Migrants Reception in Rome : the new edition of the free training course that provides practical tools to start from...
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“Call Me a Business Owner, Not a Refugee!” Challenges of and Perspectives on Newcomer Entrepreneurship – WRC Research Paper No. 7
Written by UBNA RASHID:Participating in the labour market is vital to newcomers’ successful integration in the host country. Although most newcomers participate through wage earning, some start their own businesses. Refugee entrepreneurship has substantial benefits...read more
Written by Hugo Valenzuela-Garcia, Berta Güell, Sònia Parella, José Luis Molina, Miranda Jessica Lubbers:The category of space is essential in migration studies and it is implicitly present in the literature about migrant entrepreneurs. However, there is a lack of...read more
3rd – 5th April 2019 – Barcelona, Spain
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