Monthly Immigration Policy Call
This webinar will delve deeper into root causes, how U.S. policies are impacting the Central American region , and how organizations are working to elevate attention to these underlying factors.
This webinar will examine what happened to the first families reunified under the Ms. L v. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) litigation, the current status of that litigation, and ongoing efforts.
The Department of Homeland Security recently told Congress that “more children and families are being apprehended between the ports of entry than ever before.” In fact, President Bush’s administration apprehended more children with far fewer resources.
This analysis considers the Trump administration's claims that the 2015 Flores settlement agreement led to an increase in the number of families arriving at the United States’ southwest border.
Members of the Democracy Funders Collaborative Census Subgroup will be presenting their findings from get-out-the-count messaging research they conducted to identify messages that resonate with hard-to-count communities.
Lessons in Rapid Response: What Funders Can Learn from the Unaccompanied Children Humanitarian Situation
This brief provides an overview of the philanthropic response and documents best practices and lessons learned that can inform current and future efforts to address the needs of immigrants and refugees in California and across the nation.
Central American Refugee and Migrant Children and Families Seeking Protection in the United States: Updated Recommendations for Philanthropic Response
These funding recommendations cover a broad range of options for funders seeking to respond to the Central American unaccompanied minors crisis.