Empowering Immigrants and Refugees

International Refugee Day: Empowering Immigrants and Refugees to Build a Brighter Future in the USA and Canada

 

Each year on June 20th, we celebrate International Refugee Day to raise awareness and honor the courage and resilience of millions of refugees and asylum-seekers, who have been forced to flee their homes due to persecution, conflict, and violence.

At Joblio, we are dedicated to supporting immigrant and refugee communities in the USA and Canada, by helping them to find a job, improve their language skills, and navigate the complex process of integration and cultural adaptation.

We firmly believe that every individual deserves a fair chance to thrive and succeed, regardless of their background, nationality, or status. We work tirelessly to provide our clients with the resources, tools, and guidance they need to achieve their goals, build sustainable careers, and contribute to the growth and diversity of their adopted countries.

Our mission is not only to assist immigrants and refugees in securing employment, but also to advocate for their rights and fight against discrimination, prejudice, and xenophobia. We collaborate with a network of partners and stakeholders to raise awareness about the challenges and opportunities that immigrants and refugees face, and to build a more inclusive, multicultural society.

On this International Refugee Day, we want to express our gratitude and respect to all those who have overcome incredible obstacles to reach safety and freedom in the USA and Canada. We want to reaffirm our commitment to standing by their side, helping them achieve their dreams, and creating a better world for everyone.

We also want to invite all organizations to join us in this important mission, and to work together towards a more just, peaceful, and compassionate world, where the human rights and dignity of every person are protected and respected.

Thank you for your support and solidarity.

 

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Seal & Design employee Elizabeth packages some products at the facility in Clarence on Thursday, February 1, 2024. (Photo by Mark Mulville)
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