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Syrische vluchtelingen aan het werk / Syrian refugees at work (2018)

 

Jong, M. de, Nijhoff, K., Wilbrink, D., Sjoer, E., and Vries, S. de. (2018), Syrische Vluchtelingen Aan Het Werk: vragen en antwoorden uit de praktijk (e-book) [Syrian refugees at work: Questions and answers from practice]. Zwolle: Lectoraat Sociale Innovatie, Windesheim.

This e-book was produced by the Dutch project, 'Syrian refugees at work'.
The project was undertaken by researchers from universities of applied science in the Netherlands: Windesheim, with partners Inholland and Haagse Hogeschool.
The researchers aimed to develop knowledge and tools for employers wanting to hire Syrian refugees. They also looked at enablers and barriers to supporting Syrian refugees into work and then keeping these refugees at work in a sustainable manner.
The project included:
• Summarising existing literature on the recruitment of refugees to work and dealing with ethnic and cultural diversity in organisations.
• Organising a learning network in which organizations involved in the recruitment of refugees can exchange experiences.
• Conducting case studies at organisations where Syrian refugees are at work. This involved investigating the trajectory prior to placement, the start-up phase in the organization and what happened afterwards. The researchers did this from the perspective of the employers, the refugees, the organisations that organised the guidance and colleagues and managers of the refugees.

This ebook is one of the ways to make the acquired knowledge accessible.

Country: Netherlands
Date: 2010s
Contributed by: Annemarie Nuwenhoud
Language: Dutch
Criteria: Scientific     Practical    Policy

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