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Ellen Diamond

Help Refugees to Get into the Labour Market

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Ellen Diamond, (2022, November 15). Help Refugees to Get into the Labour Market. Psychreg on Community. https://www.psychreg.org/help-refugees-get-labour-market/
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There are lots of ways to help refugees get into the labour market.  One way is to support programmes that offer job training and help with job placement. 

Another way is to provide financial assistance to help refugees cover the costs of getting started in a new job, such as transportation or child care

You can also support businesses that hire refugees or volunteer your time to help refugees prepare for job interviews or fill out job applications.

Online donations to help local refugees

There are many ways that you can help refugees in your local community. 

One way is to make a monetary donation to an organization that provides services to refugees.

Bonyan organization, One of the charities that can help refugees in Yemen, Palestine, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria, 

Some of the things you can donate to local non-profits and charities they are currently in need of are:

  • Furniture
  • Bedding
  • Household goods
  • Baby/kids items
  • Clothing
  • Nonperishable food items

Share success stories for successful refugees

Success stories are always inspiring, but they’re especially so for refugees who have made a new life in a new country. 

  • A success story of a successful refugee who has made a new life for themselves.
  • A success story of a successful refugee who has made a new life for themselves and their family.
  • A success story of a successful refugee who has made a new life for themselves and their new community.

Ellen Diamond did her degree in psychology at the University of Hertfordshire. She is interested in mental health, wellness, and lifestyle.


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