Yesterday’s Financial Times print and online editions featured my letter to the editor on how philanthropists can help increase refugee resettlement during the current humanitarian crisis. From the letter:
“A key topic at the recent World Economic Forum in Switzerland was the search for solutions to the global refugee crisis — especially those coming from the business world. Another idea gaining traction is launching platforms for philanthropists, foundations and small donors to contribute towards initial resettlement costs. This privately funded resettlement could increase refugee intake without requiring expensive new government appropriations. The idea is simple: the higher the contributions, the more refugees resettled.”
For the full piece, click here.