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Immigrant and Refugee

Strategies for Engaging Immigrant and Refugee Families

Education Development Center

American classrooms have become increasingly diverse. Immigrants and refugees now comprise over 20 percent of the students in U.S.

Children of immigrant and refugees: What the research tells us

The George Washington University

What is the research telling us about the children of immigrant and refugee students in our schools?

Strengths Based Programming: The Example of Somali Refugee Youth

Bridging Refugee Youth & Children's Services

To provide and in-depth look at how strength-based programming can address challenges for Somali youth, this bulletin provides challenges and strengths shared by Somali youth with current examples

Somali Bantu Refugees: Cultural Considerations for Social Service Providers

Bridging Refugee Youth and Children's Services

This bulletin for social service providers gives an overview of the Somali Bantu including their family structure, early childhood, medical practices, expectations of girls and boys, mehtods of dis

Needs Assessment: Somali Adolescents in the Process of Adjustment

This report discusses the results of a needs assessment of Somali adolescents in Toronto, summarizing concerns regarding; pre-migration stressors; racism/discrimination; education; negotiating iden

Mental Health of Somali Adolescent Refugees: The Role of Trauma, Stress, and Perceived Discrimination

Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology

The primary purpose of this study was to examine relations between trauma exposure, post-resettlement stressors, perceived discrimination, and mental health symptoms in Somali adolescent refugees r

A Gap in their Hearts: The Experience of Separated Somali Children

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs

This is a report on the problems that Somali unaccompanied children suffer.

Experiences With the Medical and Health Systems for Somali Refugees Living in Hamilton

New Zealand Journal of Psychology

Little is known about the health practices of refugee groups in New Zealand so the present research aimed to provide an overview of the reported health status and the barriers to health service uti