How Common Are Nonstandard Work Schedules Among Low-Income Hispanic Parents of Young Children?, from the National Research Center on Hispanic Children & Families, analyzes the work schedules of low-income Hispanic parents with young children from birth to age 5 (not yet in kindergarten) and provides comparison data for their non-Hispanic white and black counterparts. The brief reports estimates separately for children in single and two-parent households since early care and education needs, preferences, and options vary depending on the number of parents in the home (Description from source).
Interactive Data Sources for Refugee Service
Providers, from Monitoring & Evaluation Technical Assistance (META) is a
3-part series that explores the best data-based resources related to
refugees. The series highlights useful
tools including UNHCR's Resettlement Data Finder, International Organization
for Migration's (IOM) newly released Migration Data Portal and Migration Policy
Institute's (MPI) Data Hub.
Resources for Resilience: Tools to Promote Mental Health & Well-Being for Human Rights Advocates, from the Human Rights Resilience Project, is a collaborative space to bring together resources, research, and tools to improve resilience and well-being within the human rights community. The crucial work undertaken by advocates to investigate abuse and advocate for justice can often expose them to traumatic material, threats, stressors, and violence that can affect well-being. This space aims to meet the urgent need for advocates to have improved access to tailored education, training and research materials (Description from source).