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Moving beyong trauma: Child migrants and refugees in the United States

Moving beyong trauma: Child migrants and refugees in the United States

Publicado el 8 de septiembre de 2016
por David Murphey en Trends Child
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“Immigration has been part of the American story from our beginnings as a nation. Many of our immigrantsa —refugees as well as other international migrants—are children, but their circumstances are often overlooked in the broader political debates. Emerging science concerning trauma and early brain development provides a new lens through which to view the risks, as well as the opportunities, these children face as they attempt to establish new lives in this country. In this report, we bring together demographic data and other research findings on what are often considered distinct groups of immigrant children, in order to focus on their common challenges.”

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  • Niñez migrante
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  • Asilo
  • Refugio




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