We have selected resources for your learning experience on global immigration and mental health. Also, about integration models and legal frameworks applied in different nations.
FACTS WE SHOULD KNOW~ US IMMIGRATION LAW
UNDERSTANDING DACA: The Deferred Action for Child Arrivals Program
US IMMIGRATION SERVICES/SERVICIOS DE INMIGRACION DE EUA
THE TRUE PLIGHT- AND PROMISE OF REFUGEES AND ASYLUM SEEKERS (Beth Farmer, Director of Refugees Northwest from Lutheran Community Services)
HUMAN TRAFFICKING REPORT 2017
ALL ABOUT IMMIGRANT KIDS’ STRESS & TRAUMA (deportation, family separation), DHS GUIDANCE ON IMMIGRATION (facts sheet) AND KNOWING YOUR RIGHTS (several languages)
PLAN DE PREPARACION FAMILIAR/FAMILY PREPAREDNESS PLAN
THE REFUGEE CRISIS: A CHURCH HISTORIAN’S RESPONSE
In this episode of TowerTalks, Associate Professor Dr. Jennifer McNutt encourages us to reflect upon how the church has dealt with similar refugee challenges in the past in order to gain insight for Christian responses today. Dr. McNutt is the program coordinator for the M.A. in History of Christianity degree at Wheaton College.
Dr. Dee Watts-Jones from Ackerman Institute for the Family on Internalizing the social idea “You are inferior”, wounded by racism & understanding the shame is not yours.
PSYCHOLOGY OF IMMIGRATION
Dr. Norman B. Anderson, Chief Executive Officer of American Psychological Association APA, on: Understanding immigrant families and the stresses related to immigration, psychological problems, adapting to culture, and the need to make the health system and professionals, cultural proficient and available.
THE REFUGEE TRAUMA: WOUNDS THAT CANNOT BE CURED WITH FOOD OR BLANKETS
Nightline “Walking Wounded” report with Dr. Richard F. Mollica, Director of Harvard Program in Refugeee Trauma “Violence is about meaning…it destroys all you believe in.” New discoveries on Refugee trauma show about similar percentages of chronic depression and PTSD between those in overseas refugee camps and those who experienced the falling of the Trade Towers in Manhattan.
EL SINDROME DE ULISES/ULYSSES SYNDROME (immigrants under extreme circumstances)
Dr. Joseba Achotegui, Director de SAPPIR. Profesor de la Universidad de Barcelona, habla acerca de “El Sindrome de Ulises” y como este sindrome afecta a los que emigran en extremas circunstancias. Estos videos se enfocan en las comunidades del Norte de Africa, Sub-Sahariana y Arabe, que viven en Espana/Europa.
INTEGRATION MODELS/ MODELOS DE INTEGRACION
What is Immigrant Integration? by GCIR Defining_Integration
Inmigracion: Modelos de Integracion:(Research UVA) http://www.ruct.uva.es/pdf/Revista%207/7106