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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.

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These videos, created by the Multilingual Health Education Alliance (M-HEAL) in collaboration with the Congolese Working Group and NRC-RIM, provides information on safe vaccinations. It is available in Swahili (Congolese) and Kinyarwanda. This resource is a part of a toolkit that can be found here.

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This info sheet, created by the Multilingual Health Education Alliance (M-HEAL) in collaboration with the Afghan Working Group and NRC-RIM, provides information on the process of developing a safe vaccination. This resource is a part of a toolkit that can be found here.

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Colleges and universities can provide much-needed protection and support for Afghan newcomers. Supporting access to higher education is at the core of the higher education mission. In supporting and enrolling Afghan refugee students, U.S. colleges and universities can improve refugee integration outcomes, expand access to higher education for refugee students, capitalize on the many resources available […]

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Refugees resettled in the U.S. sometimes face unique challenges explaining their immigration status and eligibility to enroll in colleges and universities in the U.S.. These challenges include: gaps in their education history; transcripts in other languages; lack of financial means to take standardized tests; and identification documents that are new to admissions staff.  Here is […]

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With the expanding use of a greater variety of immigration protections for displaced persons in the U.S. and emerging state legislation expanding access to in-state tuition for forcibly displaced students, it can be challenging for students and staff to understand what they are eligible for. This resource offers: A breakdown of statuses displaced students may […]

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This fact sheet is a resource developed by the NRC-RIM is intended to empower refugee clients with practical strategies for preventing respiratory illnesses. Tailored for diverse populations, the fact sheet offers clear and accessible information on common risks, preventive measures, and early symptom recognition. This resource is available in 18 languages.

This resource, developed by the Office of Refugee Resettlement, is geared towards youth with whom service providers or community members may be discussing the Unaccompanied Refugee Minors program, prior to submitting to the  application. This resource is available in 14 languages.

This fact sheet, developed by the U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division, provides information on protections for Afghans Special Immigration Visa holders and humanitarian parolees under INA’s anti-discrimination provision. This resource is also available in Dari and Pashto.

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) provides longer-term resettlement and integration services, such as limited cash and medical assistance employment preparation and placement, English language training, and a variety of other services. As a population eligible for ORR services, you and your family can work with resettlement agency […]