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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Consider the Personhood of Women Who Experienced Genital Cutting

This letter to the editor provides feedback on an article from a previous issue of Mayo Clinic, which focused on comprehensive data […]

State of the Science: Implicit Bias Review

Provides a snapshot of the field and discusses the latest research-based strategies for mitigating the influence of implicit biases, as well as […]

Understanding and Benefiting from Corporate Volunteering

Discusses the usefulness of corporate volunteers to expand support services for refugees especially when it comes to networking and career advancement due […]

Sex Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation in Settings Affected by Armed Conflicts in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East: Systemic Review

Examines ten databases as well as grey literature to further evidence of sex trafficking and sexual exploitation in conflict-affected settings.

National Standards for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services in Health Care (CLAS Standards) Toolkit

Provides guidance for health care organizations’ efforts in evaluating their implementation. The toolkit distills the elements of the framework and can help […]

Advancing Equity: Refugee and Ethnic Mental Health

Highlights key themes that emerged in roundtable discussions and subsequent community dialogues. These were designed to explore perceptions, attitudes, knowledge, and beliefs […]

Trauma without Borders: The Necessity for School-based Interventions in Treating Unaccompanied Refugee Minors

Explores the migration of Mexican and Central American unaccompanied refugee minors in order to understand it as a three-pronged process. The article […]

Invisible Lives and Hidden Realities of Undocumented Youth

Explores the lived experiences of undocumented youth and the mental health impacts of living in daily fear of detention and deportation.

Community-based Interventions for Language Learning among Refugees and Migrants

Presents recent research projects carried out at The Open University UK that involved work with migrant learners. Across these projects the aim […]

Hear it from the Teachers: Getting Refugee Children Back to Learning

Discusses the importance of education for refugee children, as well as challenges teachers face when working to support refugee children who need […]

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