Preemptive Love Coalition’s WorkWell programme in Iraq and Iraqi Kurdistan (Preemptive Love Coalition, 2019)

Guest blog: The emergence of digital microwork among forcibly displaced people: lessons from Iraq and Palestine

What is the role of digital microwork in providing employment opportunities for forcibly displaced people? In this guest blog post, Giselle Gonzales reflects on her research to explore this question.    The world now faces the highest number of forcibly displaced people (FDPs hereafter) ever recorded. A lack of economic opportunity has been identified as […]

Guest blog: Na’amal: Building the ecosystem for refugees working remotely

Many obstacles exist to making remote work a livelihood opportunity for refugees, in this post Lorraine Charles reflects on what her organisation, Na’amal, is doing to address these challenges.    Employment provides refugees the ability to access a dignified livelihood. Essentially, livelihood activities are important because they allow individuals to build functioning social networks based […]