QVARTZ con amore: Ismail and the Trampoline House

November 16, 2016


QVARTZ con amore: Ismail and the Trampoline House

In the north-western part of Copenhagen lies a house that soars with enthusiasm, comradeship and an overarching belief in a better tomorrow. The Trampoline House, founded in 2010, is an independent community centre that provides refugees and asylum seekers in Denmark with a place of support, community and purpose.

We have been so lucky as to have Ismael Yagoub, who is somewhat of a Trampoline House veteran, as an intern in QVARTZ. He joined us earlier this year to help build a competence platform where companies’ need for labour can be matched with the capabilities of individual refugees. Learn more in the video below.

Read our perspective on how the refugee situation can become a valuable asset to European societies and companies.