Approximately 45 million foreign-born individuals from all over the world reside in the United States, more than in any other country, comprising nearly 14 percent of the U.S. population.
A 2021 poll from the Cato Institute shows 72 percent of respondents consider immigration to be good for the nation. Yet many people continue to have complicated and conflicting opinions on the issue, often based on a lack of understanding of how the immigration system operates and exacerbated by disinformation campaigns.
Research helps identify what inspires people to act, while cultural interventions and organizing affect perceptions and how we relate to one another. In this webinar, we will explore the strategies and tactics organizations are deploying to move hearts and minds in support of immigration.
Register by 5pm PT on Monday, December 11th
Thank you for your interest in this program. GCIR's webinars and funder learning opportunities are made possible through the time and expertise of presenters from the field. In the spirit of transparency, GCIR will make available the list of webinar participants to presenters upon request, unless the registrant requests to remain anonymous (to register anonymously for this program uncheck the box "show in roster").