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.
From Education Development. Examines primary and secondary sources that describe the main aspects of management relating to teachers of refugees. The review […]
These resources, from The Immigrant Learning Center (ILC), address the latest immigration updates, helpful strategies for facilitating discussion and practical techniques for […]
This policy brief from G20 Insights identifies possible key performance indicators (KPI) for measuring refugee integration policies in host countries. The policy […]
This book follows the lives of twenty-two immigrant teenagers throughout the course of the 2015-2016 school year as they land at South […]
This blog post shares the personal story of a woman whose life has been touched by FGC through her mother’s experience. The […]
This resource addresses the challenges, complexities and strategies of understanding how FGC continues to be practiced, even with the physical and emotional […]
Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting: Sharing Data and Experiences to Accelerate Eradication and Improve Care
This article examines the types of information and data on FGC that should be shared with and explored by different service providers […]
Tailored specifically for travel professionals in the travel management industry, corporate travel managers, and those in the meeting and events industry. The […]
A newly launched website that includes information and updates on policy proposals impacting immigrant survivors of violence, resources to support advocacy for […]
Provides resources about flooding, power outages, carbon monoxide poisoning, and hypothermia.