Today, the United States Conference of Mayors (USCM) sent a letter signed by 90 bipartisan mayors from 29 states and the District of Columbia to DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen calling on her to drop the proposed expansion of the “public charge” rule
An introduction to the research on adverse childhood events (ACEs) and toxic stress, in particular their long-term impact.
A White House aide and ally of President Donald Trump’s most hard-line advisor, Stephen Miller, has been appointed to a position at the State Department where he would exercise influence over refugee policies, in a move that could further enable the administration’s harsh crackdown on migration.
In a recent learning visit spanning the Greek archipelago — from Athens to Lesbos and Thessaloniki — our team saw what is really taking place on the ground. While the number of refugee arrivals-per-month has dropped in the past year, the challenges in responding to existing and new refugees remain.
The Low-Wage Work in California Data Explorer provides users with graphics, tables, research summaries, interactive visualizations, and downloadable data
This agenda lays out innovative workforce development strategies that California's policymakers can deploy to drive economic growth through equity, opportunity, and innovation.
Blue Shield of California and affiliates urge the Trump administration to halt a potential change in policy that would make it harder for immigrants and others to seek health and well-being services.
In a little-watched issue, advocates for immigrants say the U.S. government might redefine “public charge,” which could deny citizenship status.
The Trump administration recently published its long-anticipated proposed “public charge” rule, which carries enormous implications for Medicaid and immigrants enrolled in the program.
The Boston Foundation issued a statement expressing their opposition to the proposed changes to the "public charge" rule.
More than 60 philanthropic institutions submitted comments in response to the Trump administration's proposed changes to the "public charge" rule.
This report examines how an individualistic approach to asset-building focused on savings, behavior and asset accumulation is not culturally compatible with many communities of color.
This report illustrates the paradox between immigrant contributions to our workforce and the structural barriers that shut out thousands of Californians from economic opportunity. The brief calls for policies to ensure investments in workforce development work to support every Californian, regardless of status, to provide for themselves and their families.
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.
This in-person program will feature the lived experiences of experts from various communities impacted by family separation, as well as reflections from funders involved in philanthropic responses.
Find the recording of the webinar, "Creating Opportunities for Opportunity Youth and Young Adults: How Grantmakers Can Capitalize on Federal Workforce Policies to Invest in Immigrants" here.
Find the recording of the webinar, "National Emergency Declaration: Implications for the Rule of Law and Our Democracy" here.
FCCP is changing the dates for our 2019 Convening from May to Tuesday, November 19th - Thursday, November 21st in Detroit, Michigan.
Uncover how funders can invest more and in better ways in the rich diversity that fuels the success of our country.