Migrant Entrepreneurship: untapping the potentials

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Nowadays, more and more youngsters are approaching entrepreneurship as a bright career. In recent times, the startups by young entrepreneurs have got enormous success and huge funding from various resources. There are many business owners of Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) who dream of migrating to developed (and at times not so developed) countries, but only Read more

“From Violence to a Place of Power: A Funder Convening on Movement Building to End Sexual Violence”

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On July 10, a London convening examined a specific context “From Violence to a Place of Power: A Funder Convening on Movement Building to End Sexual Violence“, organised and celebrated by NoVo Foundation, Oak Foundation, Unbound Philanthropy and Ariadne. Jude Kelly facilitated the discussion to explore how philanthropy can radically increase its support for the Read more

Entrepreneurship Training in Berlin – third impressions!

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Pitching in an Innovative Way   Last week we had the opportunity to host another Migrapeneur training at Migration Hub Network in Berlin. This time about innovative ways of pitching. Our attendees went home with some powerful advice. When pitching you are presenting or describing your ideas to prospective investors. Doing it right takes practice, but Read more

Making Migrant Entrepreneurship Mainstream

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  Currently, entrepreneurship and migrant entrepreneurship are often discussed as separate things. To improve the migrants access to entrepreneurial training, it is essential to spread the word for migrant entrepreneurship among the vocational and university teachers – these are the critical levels where recently migrated persons often participate and learn new skills. ME4Change -project, and Read more

Commission awards €9 million to Italy to support healthcare provision for asylum seekers

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On August 20, the Commission awarded €9 million in emergency assistance to Italy to help improve access to healthcare in reception facilities for asylum seekers and beneficiaries of international protection. The financial assistance will reach over 42,000 people in the regions of Emilia-Romagna, Lazio, Liguria, Toscana, and Sicily. Particular attention will be given to the Read more