Join us to for a funders-only call to learn about how members of FRAS are supporting refugee and asylum seeker communities.
This webinar will consider models of improving immigrant access to, and experience of the U.S. labor market, advocacy strategies for expanding workforce protections, and how philanthropy can apply these lessons.
Join us for an interactive webinar with two key thought leaders who will explore movement lawyering and how we might engage with this strategy in the current moment.
Join this webinar to learn more about this proposed change, how the immigration movement is responding, and leverage points for philanthropy, including rapid response funding needs for the campaign against the proposal.
GCIR's Funders for Refugees and Asylum Seekers invites you to join us for a program delving deeper into refugee integration across communities.
In this e-learning session, you’ll get a quick overview of the current landscape in apprenticeship and work-based learning, including relevant federal policies such as WIOA, DACA, and TPS.
The Funders' Committee for Civic Participation (FCCP) and GCIR invite you to join us for a critical discussion on what is at stake when a president declares an emergency in these circumstances and the impact on democratic institutions.
In this webinar, practitioners will highlight innovative approaches to asset building in native and immigrant communities and how funders can engage.
Join this webinar for a discussion on the current state of refugee resettlement in the United States, the impact of the administration’s policies at the state and local level and possible responses, and promising approaches for funders to shore up services.
Join the BeWell Funders' Group to discuss the chilling effect resulting from the current anti-immigrant agenda and alternative models for meeting mental health needs of the immigrant community.
Are you a new GCIR member? Or simply want to learn about everything GCIR can offer your institution? Join us for our inaugural 'New Member' orientation webinar to learn about all the ways you can plug into GCIR’s dynamic funder networks, the vast array of resources on GCIR’s website, and how to set up a one-on-one consultation with GCIR staff.
Since October 2017, the U.S. government has forcibly separated more than 2,300 children—including hundreds who are under four years old—from their parents as they arrive on our southern border seeking refuge. Join us for 1.5-hour call to hear from a panel of experts on the current situation, explore the impact of these policies on families and children, and learn about GCIR’s recommendations on how philanthropy can respond.
This webinar will consider the approach of Project DULCE, a pediatric intervention program operating in health clinics in California, Florida, and Vermont.
This webinar will share key findings from research commissioned by AFN and GCIR, and participants will have the opportunity to hear from experts from the field who will share lessons and best practices emerging from their work at this critical intersection.
Join us for a webinar featuring a new report from The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, Living in an Immigrant Family in America: How Fear and Toxic Stress Are Affecting Daily Life, Well-Being, and Health.
Join us on this webinar to learn from organizations working closely with the AAPI, Black Diaspora, and LGBTQ immigrant communities as well as from philanthropic leaders with national, state, and local funding strategies and insights for supporting DACAmented immigrants and their families.
This webinar will explore how organizations are addressing the challenges of integration and the impact of the policy climate on that process.
This webinar gave funders an overview of the issues facing guest workers and their families, current and proposed policies, and vulnerabilities workers face.
This learning opportunity will ground funders across Northern New England on the opportunities and challenges facing rural communities with growing newcomers populations.
Join this call to learn about unique post-disaster challenges facing immigrants and refugees, particularly those who are low-income and limited English proficient.