Hire through the Economic Mobility Pathways Pilot: Our partners

To make the Economic Mobility Pathways Pilot (EMPP) possible, we are partnering with:

These partnerships:

Provincial, territorial and municipal governments

Each participating province, territory and community has its own process for accepting applications.

The following provinces and territories have agreed to participate in the EMPP, through the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP):

Through the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP), skilled refugees and other qualified displaced people will be able to apply to participating rural communities.

The United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR)

We regularly work with the UNHCR, a main referral partner for several refugee programs. The UNHCR advises on refugee policy and protection safeguards, following its mandate and the Global Compact on Refugees. It helps persons of concern access the EMPP through field operations and partners in refugee-hosting countries.

Partner NGOs

Several NGOs support the EMPP by:

These are the NGOs we partner with for this:

Microloans for candidates

Windmill Microlending supports the EMPP by offering low-interest microloans to eligible EMPP candidates who:

  • have a job offer
  • don’t have the minimum funds to meet settlement requirements

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