Mayor Martín Llaryora chaired a meeting with the Regional Representative of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), Juan Carlos Murillo, the Secretary for Modernization, Alejandra Torres, and representatives of companies linked to the Fide Business Incubator, which They work on projects linked to the job placement of refugees.
The meeting aimed to learn about and share how the Labor Insertion Project is being developed. The program consists of access to professional experiences rented in almost 20 Cordovan companies for people seeking asylum, refugees and forcibly displaced abroad.
In this regard, Llaryora said: “As a community we are willing to have a geopolitical vision of positioning Córdoba to be open to the world, that is, a city that offers to bring migrants and treat them with dignity, because multiculturalism enriches our creativity and innovation”.
For his part, Juan Carlos Murillo, regional representative of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, stated: “At UNHCR we are aware that refugees and immigrants are forced to leave their countries, but we do not want them to be seen as victims. . They are people like everyone else who have skills, abilities and skills, ‘laborers’ who really want to start a new life in their community and who need an opportunity,” said Juan Carlos Murillo, regional representative of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). ).