This presentation covers intersectional community-based projects on refugees, the evolving perspectives on refugee integration, and what funders can do.
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Despite immigrants' crucial role in our nation’s economy—the country’s 45 million foreign-born residents represent 13 percent of the U.S. population but 17 percent of its workforce—many lack access to financial services the rest of us take for granted.
An at-a-glance overview of the immigration landscape in California, featuring demographic information about California’s large and diverse immigrant and refugee populations and unique challenges facing different regions of the state.
Philanthropy plays an important role in addressing the needs and lifting up the challenges facing our country’s diverse population of newcomers. This flowchart addresses some common concerns and questions about investing in this dynamic and critically important funding space.
This powerpoint accompanied our September 18 webinar on the challenges facing immigrant and refugee communities after natural disasters.
These funding recommendations focus on how funders can support refugees along their resettlement and integration journey in the United States.
A 33-slide presentation that provides an overview of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA); examines how it serves Latinos and English Language Learners; and considers WIOA's future.
This two-page infographic covers major policy developments for immigrants and refugees between 1990 and 2015, as well as the efforts over that time period by GCIR, our members, and partners.