The Belgian government has created BeCentral, a space dedicated to technology, diversity, and inclusion. It provides the perfect environment to bring different worlds together to meet and work.
Jobs in tech are transferable geographically, increasing the scope for trained refugees to relocate back to their regions of origin when it is safe to do so, and contribute to rebuilding their communities.
There is growing demand for skills in cyber security, AI/machine learning and data analytics in the corporate world and the public sector, which gives us confidence in matching our graduates with full-time jobs.
Lynke will work with local trainers and companies to deliver the skills the local labour market demands. Lynke is open to also hiring disadvantaged locals and immigrants. By having different groups working and learning side-by-side, our aim is to build mutual understanding that will improve relationships between refugees, immigrants, and host communities.