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HIAS Publications

  • Roadmap to Recovery

    Jan 13, 2021

    For years, the U.S. government allowed individuals applying for asylum to physically remain in the United States while their cases were adjudicated.
  • A Reflection on Hanukkah

    Dec 08, 2014

    Hanukkah is the celebration of miracles and light, but it is also a reminder of what it is to live life with different beliefs and practices than those around us.
  • HIAS 2014 Year-End Report

    Dec 08, 2014

    We review our accomplishments protecting and assisting refugees in Africa, Europe, the Middle East, Latin America and the United States throughout 2014.
  • Triple Jeopardy

    Dec 08, 2014

    Certain refugee populations—including older, disabled, male survivors and sexual minority refugees—are often overlooked in sexual and gender-based violence prevention and response effort.
  • Invisible in the City

    Feb 25, 2013

    Persecution on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity is often the motivating factor for flight, but is seldom the reason given by refugees and asylum seekers themselves.
  • Resettlement at Risk

    Feb 25, 2013

    This paper explores the ways in which refugee impact the U.S.communities where they live and documents the rise of anti-refugee sentiment in three states.