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Connect in Grand Rapids!

Here’s a quick and comprehensive post about ways you can connect with and support refugees in the Grand Rapids area. Maybe you’d like to know retail shops, restaurants, or other local businesses that donate a portion of their profits to aid refugees. 707 more words

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Resettlement Information for Asylum Seeker and Refugee

This information will help you to answer frequently asked questions specifically on resettlement, and durable solutions in general.This page is for information purposes only. It is no… 882 more words

Information For Asylum Seekers

Refugees and asylees follow pathways to freedom, safety and new starts

This is one of two stories I did for The Reader’s (www.thereader.com) February 2017 cover package whose headlines read “Resettlement in America Takes a Village” and” Immigration: Refugees Reunite and Resettle; Fighting for Dreamers.” The story shared in this post is about refugees and asylees and their journey to new lives. 1,994 more words

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On the fringes of adaptation: climate change, risk perception and household resettlement in rural Malawi

Stern Kita // Geography // Wednesday 22nd February 2017 // 1-2pm // Arts C 133

The lecture focuses on a study conducted in Malawi, sub-Saharan Africa as part of a PhD project to assesses why there are variations in adopting resettlement as an adaptation measure among households with similar levels of vulnerability to climate variability and change. 166 more words

Resettlement Process Facts

Who is a refugee?
A REFUGEE is a person who is “unable or unwilling to return to his or her country of origin because of past persecution or a well-founded fear of persecution, based on the person’s race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group, or political opinion”.
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