Clearinghouse Resources

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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Samira’s Eid

This children’s book tells the story of Samira and her family as they celebrate the Ramadan festival with Muslims from all around […]

Otherhood

This podcast is a platform to share different stories of first and second generation immigrants. Episode are available free of charge on […]

World Report 2018

This report is an expert analysis of human rights issues in more than 90 countries worldwide, drawing on events from late 2016 […]

The UNESCO Project Planner

This planner is an innovative tool that encourages youth to identify a problem in their communities and then carry out a project. […]

Know the Signs

This website educates travelers on indicators of human trafficking and steps to take if trafficking is suspected.

Family Separation, Reunification, and Intergenerational Trauma in the Aftermath of Human Trafficking in the United States

This article examines the intricacies of human trafficking and family separation in migration, and intergenerational trauma following family reunification. The article explains […]

Working with Refugees in the U.S.: Trauma-Informed and Structurally Competent Social Work Approaches

This article explores the benefits of an ecological perspective in guiding interventions that support refugees. Also, this article focuses on understanding the […]

A Practical Guide to Therapeutic Work with Asylum Seekers and Refugees

This accessible interdisciplinary guide shows helping professionals how to achieve effective, therapeutically informed care for refugees. Using three core principles across four […]

Listening to Refugees: How Traditional Mental Health Interventions May Miss the Mark

This article analyzes the dynamics of the mental health of recently resettled refugees. Interviews were conducted with 30 resettled refugees from five […]

Identity and the 2nd Generation: Creating Homeland Connections

This archived webinar discusses the importance of helping youth feel personally connected to their countries of heritage and how second and subsequent […]

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