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Liam Patuzzi

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Liam Patuzzi

Liam Patuzzi was an Associate Policy Analyst at MPI Europe, where he focused on the labor-market integration of immigrants, recognition of foreign credentials, refugee integration, and labor-migration management. He is a Project Officer and Analyst at ebb—Entwicklungsgesellschaft für berufliche Bildung (Agency for the Development of Professional Education) in Berlin, a consultancy in the area of integration, labor-market, and education policy.

Before joining MPI Europe, Mr. Patuzzi was a Project Manager at ebb in Cologne, Germany. There, he supported the national coordination of Network IQ, a large governmental program aimed at advancing the validation of migrants’ professional qualifications and improving their participation in the German labor market.

Mr. Patuzzi holds a joint master's degree in social sciences, with a focus on globalization and migration, from the University of Freiburg, Germany and the University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. He completed his bachelor's degree in philosophy at Ca' Foscari University in Venice, Italy.

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November 16, 2017

Following the arrival of large numbers of migrants and asylum seekers in Europe from 2015 onwards, many nontraditional actors—from tech start-ups to social enterprises—pioneered solutions to foster the social and economic inclusion of newcomers.

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October 2018

European labor markets are poised to change significantly in the coming years as technological advancements and other forces reshape the world of work. While these developments will affect all workers, they have particular implications for immigrant integration. This report breaks down the factors driving change and explores promising policy innovations to help societies better prepare for it.  

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May 2018

Fostering the social and economic inclusion of refugees has long been the domain of governments and NGOs. In the wake of the 2015–16 European migration and refugee crisis, however, new actors have emerged and taken on important roles in integrating newcomers. This report describes key discussions and takeaways from an MPI Europe conference on these developments.