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This report is the result of a survey of 305 Syrian refugees in Austria, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom, as well as qualitative interviews with businesses in these countries. The survey and interviews were conducted from March to June 2017. This study aims to contribute to the conversation on the major challenges facing refugees as they seek employment. Understanding these challenges can help businesses, government, and NGOs better target the assistance they provide to refugees in Europe.
Deloitte New Zealand created a supply chain and logistics framework to enable Oxfam New Zealand to reach remote communities in the Pacific Islands more effectively
When Oxfam New Zealand (‘Oxfam NZ’) responds to disasters in the Pacific, the agency faces an exceptionally challenging environment, with both the geography and the fragile infrastructure making it hard to reach vulnerable, remote island communities.
Innovation, and R&D as a driver for innovation, could potentially have a significant impact on the humanitarian sector
Through the Deloitte Humanitarian Innovation Program, the professionals of Deloitte member firms and humanitarian organizations will co-create and implement solutions to the sector's most pressing challenges. By collaborating with local, national, and international humanitarian leaders – combining our diverse skills and expertise – we will enhance the ability of the sector to prepare for, and respond to, crises.
Be prepared for new ways of thinking. Be prepared for new degrees of collaboration and innovation. Be prepared for positive change.
International Organization for Migration, AtrocityWatch selected for new Humanitarian Innovation Program