Two interesting conversations with visiting students from King’s College London

On 11 and 17 April, Liam Patuzzi (IQ Dissemination Project) discussed the Network IQ and other aspects of refugee inclusion with two groups of Master’s students from King’s College London, in Berlin on a study visit. The international character of the group allowed to compare experiences from Europe, the United States, Japan and other countries. Following the presentation, participants raised and discussed questions about the main success factors for refugee inclusion into work, key lessons to be drawn from the past few years of reforms and pilot projects, steps to secure sustainability of employment, and the central role of the private sector.