E.g., 04/15/2021
E.g., 04/15/2021

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Video, Audio January 24, 2019

The third Social Innovation for Refugee Inclusion conference in Brussels, co-organized by MPI Europe with the U.S. and Canadian Missions to the European Union and the European Economic and Social Committee, explored how innovations in living situations for refugees can promote community-driven inclusion, overcome divisions, facilitate economic opportunities, and foster a sense of "home."

Social Innovation for Refugee Inclusion: A Sense of Home

Social Innovation for Refugee Inclusion: A Sense of Home

Social Innovation for Refugee Inclusion: A Sense of Home - Panel I: ‘Creating Home? Housing as a Gateway to Integration’

Social Innovation for Refugee Inclusion: A Sense of Home - 'Beyond Employment: Social Inclusion Through Professional Life'

Social Innovation for Refugee Inclusion: A Sense of Home - ‘Innovative Cities and Rural Communities'

Social Innovation for Refugee Inclusion: A Sense of Home - Innovative Partnerships

Social Innovation for Refugee Inclusion: A Sense of Home - Reflection on Key Themes, Next Steps

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