The COVID19 pandemic and the recent protests against racism highlight the desperate need to fight for a more inclusive and equal world; a world where no one is left behind… (truly).
This is the primary objective of one of UNHCR’s World Refugee Day campaigns. Again the aim is to remind the world that all people, including refugees, can make a contribution to society and every action counts in creating a more just, inclusive, and equal world.
Refugees and forcibly displaced persons
Every minute, twenty-four people leave everything to flee war, persecution or terror.
In Nergroup we know perfectly well what it is to work with these groups; not in vain, we have been collaborating for years with CEAR Euskadi in various annual projects working with refugees, asylum seekers, stateless persons, and repatriates.
Our task is to establish relationships with this group of people, through which we want to make ourselves known to each other, to make them more viable approaches to the world of work, in their adaptation and at the same time we can know and raise awareness about the situations that they themselves live.