Responding to the ECEC Needs of Children of Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Europe and North America, from Migration Policy Institute (MPI), explores the findings of a nine-country study of early childhood education and care (ECEC) policies and practices designed to serve young children of refugees and asylum seekers. While many ECEC programs recognize the importance of trauma-informed care, few feel they have the training or resources to adequately provide it. Nonetheless, some countries and individual ECEC programs have developed strategies to better serve these children—from expanding services and language supports, to offering health and educational services in one location. (Description from source)
Case Management, a webinar from RISE Learning Network, offers tools and tips to provide a transparent monitoring and quality control system; one that facilitates sustainable actions to promote child protection, relying on teamwork and a strong child-centered approach.
Making Facts Matter: Immigrants, the Economy and Words that
Work, a webinar from The Immigrant Learning Center (ILC), analyzes the
narratives that reshape conversations on immigration and how to relay
compelling stories to advance change.