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Somali Families in America: a Journey of Integration and Transformation in the Globalized Era
Northwest University, 2011
Somali Refugees make up a growing population in urban parts of America. Researchers have examined the integration and assimilation processes of refugees, yet this study acts to highlight the intricacies of culture, situation, ...
On the Edge of the City: Immigrant and Refugee Stories of South Seattle
Northwest University, 2016
Setting Refugee Youth Up for Success in High School and Beyond: a Call for Partnership Among Public Schools and Community Organizations
Northwest University, March 2016
Change and Healing in the South Seattle Somali Diaspora: How Lessons Learned can Help Heal Somalia
Northwest University, 2012
The Somali Diaspora is spread throughout the globe, in both more and less developed nations. Their perspective in living with other cultures is prepping the second generation of these refugees with the knowledge that, when ...
Refugee Resettlement in Seattle: Building Partnerships between Community-Based Organizations and Resettlement Agencies for Better Refugee Integration
Northwest University, March 2013
While refugee resettlement has been primarily the responsibility of voluntary agencies, it cannot be completed, understood, and effective without community-based organizations (CBOs). This research focused on how CBOs can ...
More than just a refugee: a sustainable and holistic response to the needs of unaccompanied minors in Greece
Northwest University, Spring 2019
Identity issues among African refugee youth in America
Northwest University, 2020
Well-Being for Refugees Through Accompaniment: A New Framework for Prioritizing Refugee Voices
Northwest University, May 2019
Changemakers of the future : towards an integrated model of refugee copowerment
Northwest University, April 10, 2020
Empowering Fragile Contexts
Northwest University, April 22, 2019