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5 Okt 2015


Vodafone response

As a company, Vodafone believes that diversity and freedom of individuals to move between countries strengthens societies and economies. However, European nations’ individual responses to the current refugee challenge are a matter for sovereign governments and their people...[W]e believe our company has a responsibility to utilise communication technologies to address some of the world's most pressing humanitarian challenges and to enhance people's quality of life. The Vodafone Foundation has worked with UNHCR (UN High Commissioner for Refugees) since 2013 to improve education for young refugees living in long-term refugee camps in countries where Vodafone operates...Our operating companies and Foundations in Europe and adjacent markets are also responding to the refugee situation at a local level. 

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How are companies responding to the refugee crisis in Europe?

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