ITV reports on the refugee entrepreneurship pilot programme being overseen by the Centre for Entrepreneurs.
Refugees are being offered help to set up businesses in a series of pilot projects.
In the Midlands, Staffordshire and Peterborough are running a series of schemes which will help refugees set up companies.
The pilot projects will run nationally – other initiatives will be based in Bristol, Belfast, Norwich and Ipswich.
They are part of a one-year programme paid for by the National Lottery Community Fund and the Home Office, overseen by the Centre for Entrepreneurs.
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