Strategic Communications Refresher

Archived Webinar

As you plan for the year ahead, join Welcoming America for a strategic communications refresher to help you address anticipated challenges and new opportunities to share your message in 2017. In this webinar, you will learn how to manage challenging communications situations through proactive, positive messaging that creates greater welcome for refugees. Amanda Cooper, author of our toolkits Reframing Refugees: Messaging Toolkit and Stand Together: Messaging about Muslims and Refugees in Challenging Times, will join us for a review of these two important resources.

Putting Out the Welcome Mat: The Power of Citizenship to Connect Receiving and Newcomer Communities

Archived Webinar

Whether through citizenship mentoring programs, citizenship ceremonies, or positive communications, there are many ways in which refugees and the receiving community can be encouraged to come together to support our nation’s newest members. This webinar will feature innovative, localized examples of how citizenship is being leveraged to engage a broader cross-section of Americans and practical advice on how to collaborate with partners on similar efforts in your own community.

Promising Practices in Welcoming Refugees: Welcoming Refugees Communications Contest 2015 Winners

Toolkit

Welcoming America’s Welcoming Refugees Communications Contest was created in 2015 to recognize and inspire innovative efforts that use positive communication strategies to build connections between refugees and the broader, receiving community.  A diverse panel selected winners in three contest categories – communication innovation, events, and materials. 

Promising Practices in Welcoming Refugees: Welcoming Refugees Communications Contest 2015 Winners

Toolkit

Welcoming America’s Welcoming Refugees Communications Contest was created in 2015 to recognize and inspire innovative efforts that use positive communication strategies to build connections between refugees and the broader, receiving community.  A diverse panel selected winners in three contest categories – communication innovation, events, and materials.