Immigrant Children, Youth & Families

How Can I Get My Papers: Lessons from a Decade of Online Legal Intakes for Undocumented Immigrants.
December 2019
Report
Resource
This one-pager is a great refresher for some and general overview for others on counting young children in the 2020 Census. 
https://countallkids.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Why-we-need-specific-strategies-to-count-young-children.pdf
November 2019
Factsheet
Resource
This brief and funding recommendations considers the implications of the 'public charge' rule and how philanthropy can mount an effective immediate and long-term response.
Two women with young girls on their laps, one with a pacifier, awaiting doctor's appointments in an office. Posted to accompany GCIR's brief and funding recommendations, Protecting Families and Advancing Belonging: How Philanthropy Can Answer Threats to the Well-Being of Immigrants.
August 2019
Funding Recommendations, Issue Brief
Resource
Three new Data Hits from the Budget Center highlight the significant contributions that California's immigrants make to the state economy and that children of working immigrant families are far more likely to live in poverty than other children.
Logo for the California Budget and Policy Center. Used in associated with their resource, Data Hits: California's Immigrants Make Significant Contributions to the State Economy; Poverty More Prevalent Among Children of Working Immigrant Families
April 2019
Government Publication
Resource
This report explores the diversity of states' and localities' approaches for working with children in immigrant families who are in the child welfare system.
April 2019
Report
Resource
This open access book describes the differences in US census coverage, also referred to as “differential undercount”, by showing which groups have the highest net undercounts and which groups have the greatest undercount differentials, and discusses why such undercounts occur.
January 2019
Analysis
Resource
This open access book describes the differences in US census coverage, also referred to as “differential undercount”, by showing which groups have the highest net undercounts and which groups have the greatest undercount differentials, and discusses why such undercounts occur.
January 2019
Analysis
Resource
This open access book describes the differences in US census coverage, also referred to as “differential undercount”, by showing which groups have the highest net undercounts and which groups have the greatest undercount differentials, and discusses why such undercounts occur.
January 2019
Book
Resource
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