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Hate incidents and hate crimes can have a negative impact on newcomers’ sense of safety and well-being and can erode their feelings of belonging in their new community. This blog post aims to support direct service staff who may be working with clients impacted by hate incidents and hate crimes. It also provides resources for […]


This resource summary summarizes the state of available evidence on anti-bullying programs and strategies for preventing ethnic victimization of refugee, newcomer, and immigrant youth. In addition to the many acculturative stressors that refugee and immigrant youth experience, ethnic bullying can exacerbate distress from resettlement and negatively impact mental health and wellbeing. This evidence summary describes […]


Bullying is a pervasive issue in schools, affecting millions of children worldwide. Refugee students, already vulnerable due to displacement and trauma, face heightened risks of bullying. This guide aims to help community-based organizations, school staff, and resettlement agencies recognize bullying, understand why refugee populations are more vulnerable, and provide effective prevention and response strategies.


Hosted on March 20, 2024 the training was delivered by Madina Masumi, Switchboard Training Officer. Refugee and newcomer students are more likely to be bullied and may not understand how to effectively manage these situations, which could lead to further feelings of social isolation and stress. This webinar will focus on supporting refugee students who […]

This resource, developed by CARRE and the International Rescue Committee, is a client facing handout with information on what hate crimes and hate incidents are, how to remain safe, and reporting options. This resource is available in Arabic, Dari, French, Pashto, Spanish, Swahili, English, and Somali.

This guide, developed by USCRI, discusses ways that service providers can talk to families and children about bullying. It is important that Afghan refugee families, parents/caregivers, and children/youth be educated on bullying, the different types of bullying, their right to a safe and inclusive school environment, and the importance of reporting incidents of bullying to […]

This video series provides information to support refugee parents as they learn about the public school system in the United States. Topics include: Community Involvement, Supporting Remote Learning, COVID-19 and Hygiene, Bullying, Student Progress & Discipline, and Introduction to Public Schools.


This guide describes how providers and schools can partner to both proactively prevent incidents of hate, bias, and bullying, and respond to those incidents in a way that ensures students are held accountable.


This webinar was presented by Laura Gardner of Gardner & Associates and covers ways to proactively prevent and respond to bias and hate incidents.

This guide was created for parents and teens who are new to the U.S. and for the service providers working with them. The teen years are a time when children learn important lessons and skills that will help them as they develop into adults. This is also a time when parents’ and teens’ relationships can […]