The first of its kind for refugees

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The world needs to innovate to create jobs for more than 82 million people who have been forcibly displaced. Handshake CEO JR Kerr explains how the Global Solidarity Fund’s Innovation Lab on Job Creation is fostering groundbreaking partnerships between the private sector, faith-based groups and global development organizations to help refugees and migrants.

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