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Building United Communities: Integration Strategies from Faith Organizations


 

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Clockwise from top left: Adam Estle, Leya Speasmaker, Denzil Mohammed and Zahra Billoo.

Clockwise from top left: Adam Estle, Leya Speasmaker, Elizabeth Mandelman, Denzil Mohammed and Zahra Billoo.

 

Free webinar for faith-based organizations and the general immigrant-serving community.

 

Faith communities from across the religious spectrum have a long history of welcoming and integrating immigrants and refugees. They are at the forefront of immigrant integration in the U.S. When reaching out to newcomers and to the communities that receive them, it is vital to be aware of the latest data and trends, ideas and resources for welcoming and supporting immigrants, and promising practices from longstanding faith organizations working in this field.

The ILC Public Education Institute hosted a free webinar to offer the latest data on immigrants, refugees and religion; framing and messaging strategies for receiving communities; and a panel of integration experts from faith organizations across the country. This webinar was attended by leaders, practitioners and volunteers in faith and immigrant-serving organizations.

Below are presentations and recordings from this webinar. For even more resources, visit our Google site.

Click here to learn about the dates of our next webinar.

Resources:

Chat Log (PDF)

Recording (YouTube video)
Presentation (PDF)

Recording (YouTube video)

Recording (YouTube video)
Presentation (PDF)

Drawing on 13 years of research and a range of expert partners, The ILC Public Education Institute delivers current and credible information through free webinars and interactive online workshops throughout the year. Learn more here.

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