Resources for Immigrants & Refugees

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The Crisis of Identity: Covering Immigrants and Refugees

Eleven million undocumented immigrants live in the U.S., not only without the same basic rights as citizens, but with the constant fear of losing their freedom and livelihood. Sixty-three percent have been in the country at least 10 years. How do journalists report on immigrants and grapple with a system one speaker described as "a modern form of apartheid"? Click here for full video coverage, and tips from workshop speakers.

Dec 6-7, 2013

"Covering Immigrants" Workshop Resources

Philadelphia, PA - United States - North America
On December 6-7 2013, the Dart Center hosted a workshop for journalists to improve news coverage of immigrants and refugees, with a special focus on mental health. The workshop was sponsored by the Thomas Scattergood Foundation for Behavioral Health. Scroll down for event coverage, including full video from all eleven panels and conversations, and other workshop resources.

HIAS: For the Refugee

Website for HIAS, a global Jewish nonprofit organization which protects refugees, with links to information on refugee issues from around the world. 

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