Guide on Labour Market Integration of Refugee Researchers
The information in this guide aims at fostering the personal agency of refugee researchers. It should enable them to make the best use of not only their existing skills and professional experiences, but also of the relevant resources that are available to them in the host country.
Who should be working with this guide?
The guide addresses refugee researchers as well as staff at research and higher education institutions as well as at EURAXESS Centres that work with refugee researchers.
The information provided features results of the EURAXESS TOP IV Project Task 3.4. Refugee Initiatives of the following participating countries: Bulgaria, Croatia, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and Austria, as well as results of the BRiDGEII Project. Besides, some cases of good examples were selected through the EURAXESS network and the other projects funded by the European Commission.
Which topics will be addressed?
- Counselling techniques for the work with refugee researchers
- Basic legal information for refugee researchers
- Early career development counselling
- Guide for Refugee Researchers
- Guide for Staff Supporting Refugee Researchers
- Country-specific Information
Here you can download A modular structured training programme for the labour integration of refugee researchers (942.08 KB)