Another interesting discussion took place during the 2nd seminar “The Characteristics of Refugee Women” of the series “Women Refugees in the Workplace”
Data from International and national sources, indicate that gender discrimination in the workplace is particularly relevant to refugee and migrant workers and requires the engagement of the business community, the workers the state.
Can refugee women communicate in Greek? Are there any women with tertiary education and what have they studied? How are social roles related to access in the labour market?; were some of the questions discussed during the seminar on the 29th of April.
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The seminars were implemented within the framework of ENGAGE (Development of Inclusive Integration Paths 4 Migrant Women) project, funded by AMIF.