If you encounter refugee families and children in your community, you may wonder what their lives were like just prior to arriving in the United States. What is it like to go to school in a refugee camp? How do urban refugees find work or medical care? What does the typical daily routine look like? Refugee resettlement is often a long process, and is a unique experience of hardship, triumph and hope. Learn about these experiences from two former refugees, Paw Ku from Burma and Suhad Khudhair from Iraq, as they give us a glimpse into their stories of migration.
Topic(s): Children/Youth and Family Services, Community Engagement
Resource Type: Archived Webinar
Date: September 1, 2017
Target Audience(s): Service Provider
Author(s): Bridging Refugee Youth and Children's Services (BRYCS)
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