This Is What Can Happen When Businesses Work With Faith Communities

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The world’s biggest challenges can only be solved through cooperation between sectors, including faith communities and global businesses. Rebecca Marmot, Unilever’s Chief Sustainability Officer and a member of the board of the Global Solidarity Fund, speaks to the power of the public and private sectors working with congregations for the benefit of refugees everywhere through the Innovation Lab on Job Creation for Migrants and Refugees.

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