Publications

Reports, Etc.

Format: 2018
2005
This volume spotlights some of the key immigration concerns that face the United States, and focuses on regions where immigration is a relatively new phenomenon. Articles examine the challenges and opportunities of immigration and implications for grantmaking, the burgeoning anti-immigrant movement...
2005
Read about the Bermuda-based Atlantic Philanthropies' efforts to support lobbying efforts for comprehensive immigration reform and the restoration of immigrants' pre-9/11 civil rights and liberties. Also included in this volume is a look at multilingual and multi-cool entrepreneurs, and a snapshot...
2005
A briefing memorandum produced by GCIR and the Four Freedoms Fund, updated October 26, 2005. The briefing memorandum provides an overview of the foreign-born populations in the Gulf Coast and their needs in the aftermath of the hurricanes, offers examples of efforts to address the needs, and...
2005
GCIR and the Annie E. Casey Foundation are pleased to announce the release of Supporting English Language Acquisition: Opportunities for Foundations to Strengthen the Social and Economic Well-Being of Immigrant Families. Given the vital role language proficiency plays in the integration process,...
2005
The inaugural issue of this series of commentaries features the remarks of Gara LaMarche, then vice president and director of U.S. Programs, Open Society Institute (he is now President and CEO of The Atlantic Philanthropies). LaMarche discusses the challenges and opportunities of promoting...
2005
Between 1990 and 2000, the foreign-born population of North Carolina, Georgia, and Nevada each grew at rates exceeding 200 percent. By looking at the rapid demographic changes in new gateway communities, this article explores the economic forces behind the migration, the challenges to integration,...
2005
Forty years after the passage of the Immigration Act of 1965, which sought to rectify the nation's history of racism and discrimination in immigration policy, the restorative nature of the act and its civil-rights base are threatened by a growing anti-immigrant movement and the mounting stack of...
2005
Nebraska, once an immigrant destination for Europeans, has emerged as a new immigrant gateway. The state provides many challenges and opportunities for foundations to support the integration of its newcomers.
2004
This publication by Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees (GCIR) and Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy (AAPIP) highlights some of the issues, challenges, and concerns facing Arab, Middle Eastern, Muslim and South Asian communities in the United States that have been...
2004
Published by Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees in collaboration with Funders' Committee on Civic Participation Like the ancestors of today's native born, newcomers fill crucial jobs, revitalize communities, and contribute to the nation's social and economic growth. And like...

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