Making Our Way: Resettled Refugee and Asylee Youth in New York City
Women’s Refugee Commission has released Making Our Way: Resettled Refugee and Asylee Youth in New York City, with support from Unbound Philanthropy and the Frankel Family Foundation. The report provides critical information to help practitioners and policymakers prepare conflict-affected, displaced youth, ages 15-24, for a successful education and safe, dignified livelihoods as resettled refugees or asylees (asylum seekers who have been granted asylum) in the United States. Resettled refugees and asylees are eligible for services of the federal Refugee Assistance Program, authorized by the Refugee Act of 1980.
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