In this session, participants will hear from three different nonprofit partners to gain deeper insight into the intersection of law and immigrant justice, the role of litigation in advancing a broader social and racial justice agenda, and will explore concrete ways philanthropy can invest in litigation strategies to advance the interests of immigrant communities.
Join us for a timely discussion with experts from the climate justice movement on their strategies for building climate resilience in the South and learn how philanthropy can invest in transformative solutions to lessen the harms of climate change on immigrants and BIPOC communities.
The California Dignity for Families Fund helps migrants at the border and newly arriving Afghan and Haitian migrants receive urgent humanitarian relief as they request asylum and resettle across the state.
Recognizing the intensifying legal service needs of immigrant communities, GCIR and the California Immigrant Integration Initiative (CIII) launched a study in 2019 to understand the capacity of immigration legal service providers in California and generate recommendations for philanthropic investment. This 2022 update is a supplement to the 2019-20 findings and offers recommendations to strengthen immigration legal services in California. Read the full report to learn more.
Join us for GCIR’s first Midwest regional network meeting, where we will create space for funders in the region to connect, learn from one another, and map out opportunities for future collaboration.
Find all program-related materials for GCIR's webinar "Investing in Climate Resilience for Immigrant and BIPOC Communities in the South" here, including the session recording and transcription of the meeting.
Find all program-related materials for GCIR's webinar "Beyond the Border: How Receiving Cities are Welcoming Asylum Seekers" here, including the session recording and transcription of the meeting.
Find all program-related materials for GCIR's webinar "Capitalizing on the Courts: Litigation for Immigrant Justice" here, including the session recording and transcription of the meeting.
As a funder, what does it mean then to be attentive to the needs of immigrants and refugees within the context of a broader housing crisis? How can funding strategies contribute to better housing outcomes across a diversity of households? Join us for a discussion with immigrant justice field leaders from different cities to address these questions as we explore the intersection of housing justice and immigrant justice.
We invite you to join us for the CIII Convening on Wednesday, September 13th from 9:00am to 3:00pm PT. During this day-long meeting, we will explore CIII’s strategies for supporting immigrant-serving networks and organizations, introduce CIII’s new steering committee members, and map out opportunities for collaborative work.
In a disappointing but not unexpected ruling, a federal district court rejected the Biden administration’s attempt to protect approximately 600,000 undocumented individuals from deportation. Yet, there are various strategies philanthropy can deploy at this critical moment.
Even as the coronavirus sickens Americans by the tens of thousands—and roughly 29,000 DACA recipients risk their lives as healthcare workers—the Supreme Court may still render a decision on the Administration’s ability to terminate Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).
The California Immigrant Inclusion Initiative (CIII) is a community of grantmakers that seek to advance the vision of a just and inclusive California where all immigrants and refugees can live with dignity and respect.
As an accompanying resource to the GCIR-HIP program, After Title 42: Implications for the Americas, GCIR has compiled a list of organizations that are responding to the needs of asylum seekers and displaced populations in the Americas. The purpose of this list is to help inform the investments, actions, and priorities of funders who seek to support asylum seekers and displaced populations.