A comprehensive resource on refugees and their resettlement needs.
Highlights the work of its more than 30 partners that work to educate children of conflict across the globe. Plans to develop registries showing how to support the needs of children in specific refugee camps and communities.
Offers teaching resources and background material that support global, intercultural, and environmental understanding for all age groups and subjects.
"Seven Principles for Training Culturally Responsive Teachers"
Frequently Asked Questions about Refugees
"From 'There' to 'Here': Refugee Resettlement in Metropolitan America," by Audrey Singer, Senior Fellow, Metropolitan Policy Program and Jill H. Wilson
Yearbook of Immigration Statistics 2007 (Refugees and Asylees)
Highlights work in humanitarian assistance and protection for displaced people around the world.
The UN Refugee Agency
Including: Who is a Refugee? Current population at a glance.
Congressional Research Service, January 27, 2006
An overview of data and trends, the US in context with other countries, and organizations that aid in processing and settling refugees.
Addresses the needs and rights of people in forced or voluntary migration worldwide by advancing fair and humane public policy, facilitating and providing direct professional services, and promoting the full participation of migrants in community life.