Here's an article from 2019 about one of the many jewish organizations that are facilitating the third-world rapeugee invasion of Europe:
UK Jewish organization honored for helping Syrian refugees find long-term jobs
Looking for more than stopgap measures, World Jewish Relief’s STEP program provides a warm and immersive environment while giving new arrivals the tools to find sustainable work
By Anne Joseph
7 August 2019
LONDON — Three years ago, when World Jewish Relief’s (WJR) UK program director, Janice Lopatkin, established the Specialist Training and Employment Program (STEP) for Syrian refugees arriving in the United Kingdom, she had no idea that she would receive an honor from the Queen for her work.
The honor — an MBE known as Member of the Order of the British Empire, awarded for outstanding achievement or service to a community — was given in the Queen’s Birthday Honors list in June. The project provides support for Syrian refugees arriving in the country as part of the government’s Vulnerable Persons Resettlement Scheme.
Partly funded by the European Union’s Asylum Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF), STEP helps refugees identify and overcome the challenges to finding work and offers individualized specialist employment support with the long-term aim of helping participants find permanent, sustainable jobs. In particular, it provides English language classes as well as specific vocational training courses and work experience. The project operates in five locations across the UK, including Leeds and Bradford in Yorkshire and Coventry in the Midlands.
Janice Lopatkin. "Trust me, goyim."