Private Sector for Refugees (PS4R) looks at four main areas where business can engage with refugees: entrepreneurship, investment, employment, and products & services. The PS4R partners have elaborated a Charter of Good Practice around these themes to help ensure the successful economic integration of refugees.
Charter of Good Practice on the Role of the Private Sector in Economic Integration of Refugees
The Charter is conceived as practical guidelines on how the private sector can facilitate refugee integration into host community economies, and how policymakers and practitioners can enable the private sector to play a stronger role in the economic integration of refugees. It outlines 20 principles around the four key themes: entrepreneurship, investment, employment, and products & services. The Charter was drafted at the first PS4R conference in Paris in June 2019, with the collaboration of more than 200 experts and practitioners.