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We are here to help you create more inclusive communities, and the following public resources have been designed to help you spark and grow welcoming efforts in your community. 

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A collection of state and local public policies in the Rust Belt that furthers efforts to pursue immigrant economic development strategies. These initiatives often include a number of programs that facilitate immigrant entrepreneurship, talent inclusion, welcoming work, and other elements.

Produced by the WE Global Network.

With this rapid expansion of institutions for immigrant integration, there is a demand for a better understanding of how these institutions can most effectively facilitate receiving and integrating immigrants and ultimately maximize their economic and civic contributions. This report strives to meet that demand by examining the origins, functions and goals of existing Offices and highlighting the best practices and strategies of successful initiatives. The timing of the immigrant integration movement merits a thorough investigation of these Offices, and the limited existing research on the topic makes our study all the more necessary.

The Bread Houses Network drives positive social change through high-touch read-making services and unique Bread Art Therapy that nurture respect, inclusion, and creativity in communities around the globe. Our unique strength is to build transformational contact across cultures, ages, professions, and special needs. We are eager to share our methods for fostering social inclusion, community building, and cultural celebration so that others may use them, learn from them, and help create more inclusive communities!

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Leaders from the local government, business, and nonprofit sectors help set the tone for refugee reception. Finding ways to engage them as key champions for your work helps strengthen program credibility, secure additional resources, and attract a broader base of support for refugees.

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