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19 June 2017. At a time of increasing numbers of forcibly displaced persons, the World Refugee Day is a reminder that the world should develop inclusively, “with refugees”.
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News from within our Institute
Joint G20 Engagement Partners Statement – B20, T20, W20
Ensuring Inclusiveness in a Digitalized World
Joint Statement on commitment to the Paris Climate Agreement
Press release of 6 June 2017
Opportunities for refugees with academic / scientific background
For refugees with academic reference the DIE offers the opportunity to get involved with the Institute’s activities.