Fiscal and Policy Supports for Refugee Families and Young Children
December 7 2022
1:00 PM EDT
Families and young children who have experienced resettlement often arrive in the US to find systems which are overwhelming, confusing, and unwelcoming. Please join us as our speakers from Civitas Strategies and Migration Policy Institute share with us examples of fiscal and policy supports that are of benefit to refugee and asylee families and young children as well as historically marginalized communities.
- Maki Park, Migration Policy Institute, Senior Policy Analyst
- Gary Romano, Civitas Strategies, President & CEO
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