Integration has two essential pillars – education and employment. However, for many years the existence of migrant economies has been played down both in public and in social policies. Neglecting the self-governing economies of migrant entrepreneurs as an important element of our economies undercuts the potential innovations that come along with them. Especially with the many refugees coming from the Ukraine, it is time to rethink the opportunities that self-employment offers for fully-fledged labour market integration.
In our webinar we shed light on the role of migrant entrepreneurship not only for migrants, but also for the labour market and society as a whole.