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Refugee Resettlement: Greater Consultation with Community Stakeholders Could Strengthen Program
Kay E. Brown (au)
In FY 2011, the U.S. admitted more than 56,000 refugees under its refugee resettlement program. Upon entry, a network of private, nonprofit voluntary agencies selects the communities where refugees will live. The Dept. of Stateäó»s Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration (PRM) and the Dept. of Health and Human Servicesäó» (HHR) Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) provide funding to help refugees settle in their communities and obtain employment and monitor implementation of the program. Congress has begun to reexamine the refugee resettlement program. This report examines (1) the factors resettlement agencies consider when determining where refugees are initially placed; (2) the effects refugees have on their communities; (3) how federal agencies ensure program effectiveness and integrity; and (4) what is known about the integration of refugees. Tables and figures.
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