The BRYCS Clearinghouse is an online collection of thousands of carefully vetted resources related to refugee resettlement and integration. Geared towards front-line workers, program planners, and administrators as well as researchers and policy-makers, BRYCS aims to strengthen the capacity of refugee-serving and mainstream organizations across the U.S. to empower and ensure the successful development of refugee children, youth, and their families.

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Coming to America: The Story of Immigration

Offers an introduction to the history of immigration to the United States offers young readers a perspective on the heritage that all […]

Childhood Interrupted: Children’s Voices from the Rohingya Refugee Crisis

Presents findings from World Vision International, Save the Children and Plan International children’s consultation. Part one includes a fictional account written from […]

Why Do People Migrate? Theories

Explores theories about migration in greater depth and examines how migration is a constant phenomenon throughout human history.

Predictors of Employment Status: A Study of Former Refugee Communities in Australia

Investigated the relationship between a range of independent variables such as, demographic factors, acculturation, acculturative stress, and resilience and the dependent variable […]

Overcoming Barriers to Adult Education

Shares strategies to support refugees in accessing adult education programming including English Language Proficiency (ELP), academic learning, vocational/career education, cultural orientation, and […]

Migrant Children Separated from Their Parents: Where does the Real Risk to Children’s Safety Lie?

Discusses the ways in which changes in migration policy making has created these risks for children and families – even in instances […]

Determinants of Health and Well-Being for Children of Immigrants: Moving From Evidence to Action

Uses a social determinants of health framework to illuminate how social, economic, and sociopolitical conditions directly influence immigrant children’s development and overall […]

Community- and Culturally-Based Approaches to Trauma

Provides an overseas and domestic example of a community and culturally-based approach to managing trauma, stresses that various understanding of mental illness […]

Between Families and Schools: Building Meaningful Relationships

Helps schools better partner with families. Based on the findings of an action research project on family engagement, our guide comes complete […]