Bullying and discrimination is on the rise and affects refugee youth and families in unique ways. This module will share statistics and stories on bullying and discrimination among diverse refugee youth. These stories will be contextualized within a wider discussion on psychological and sociological concerns that this population may experience. This module will provide best practices and recommendations for individuals, families, schools, and the wider community in meeting these challenges. This course is designed for use with teachers but is recommended for social workers, counselors, psychologists, and other human services and behavioral health professionals who seek knowledge about refugee youth and families. It is appropriate for participants with all levels of knowledge about this topic. BRYCS would like to thank the Refugee Center Online (RCO) for its feedback and support in the development of this course.


To register for one of BRYCS’ online courses, go to: http://usccb.interactyx.com/

If you are a new user, click ‘Sign up here’ and complete the registration form. Your account will automatically be created and you will be logged into the site. Once there, you will see all of BRYCS’ courses under Catalog. To enroll in a course, simply click ‘Start’ and you will be taken to the course home page and can begin!

Once you are registered, it is important to remember your login and password so you can pick back up where you have left off in each course.

Once you finish an online module, you can download a certificate of completion! To get this certificate, click on the ‘Reports’ label on the top of the page. Then click ‘Print/View Certificate’ for your completed course and your certificate will automatically download. You can also review your grades for completed courses on this page.