Innovation in Resettlement

In Future of Good’s second Twitter chat, we spoke with Tara Templin, Director of Innovation and Development at the Refugee Hub, about inclusion.

Why It Matters

Fewer than one percent of the world’s refugees are resettled to safe countries where they can rebuild their lives after experiencing violence, persecution, or war. The newly formed Innovation Lab at The Refugee Hub in Canada’s capital aims to make a transformative change in resettlement globally.

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