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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One Green Apple

Tells the story of Farah, who has recently arrived in the US from the Middle East. She is not finding it easy […]

Resettled

A Podcast, a six-part series, explores the refugee resettlement process through the eyes of those directly experiencing it. Each thematic episode (arrival, […]

UNSAFE: Chins Seeking Refuge in Malaysia and New Delhi, India

Briefly outlines the context of persecution against Chins and other ethnic nationalities from Myanmar/Burma, but especially focuses on their current experiences in […]

Thrive or Survive? Explaining Variation in Economic Outcomes for Refugees

Asks three questions about the economic lives of refugees: 1) what makes the economic lives of refugees distinctive from other populations; 2) […]

Integrating Digital Citizenship into Refugee and Immigrant Youth Programs

Designed to help staff integrate digital citizenship education into existing programs, with a focus on digital safety, security, and rights and responsibilities. […]

Talking about Race and Racism

Addresses ways to start a discourse about race with refugee clients and the community. Preparing for Conversations and Refugee Clients Tips for […]

The Protection of Unaccompanied Migrant Minors Under International Human Rights Law: Revisiting Old Concepts and Confronting New Challenges in Modern Migrant Flows

Takes a thorough look at the protection of unaccompanied minors under international human rights law with the aim to present the main […]

Integrating Trauma-Informed Care with Immigrant Refugee Minors

Provides an overview of the trauma-informed comprehensive services (foster parents, counseling, legal assistance psychiatric and basic needs) being used by Catholic Charities […]

Supporting Immigrant and Refugee Families through Home Visiting: Innovative State and Local Approaches

Offers a number of recommendations to improve the equitable participation of immigrant-background families in high-quality home visiting services.

Serving Separated and Reunited Families

Shares insights and information on the social services provided by USCCB and LIRS in response to the family separation crisis. Readers may […]