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Partnerships

ICYFP partners with various organizations and institutions in research collaboration. 

Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity, Ohio State University

At the Kirwan Institute, researchers use cutting-edge technology and a multi-disciplinary approach to understand the reasons behind (and solutions to) racial and ethnic disparities in the United States. The Kirwan Institute currently partners with ICYFP on the Diversitydatakids.org Project, using advanced Geographic Information Systems mapping techniques to develop a geography of opportunity index for children in the United States. 

Place, Migration and Health, a Cross-National Research Network 

Place, Migration and Health (PMH) is a diverse network of researchers devoted to research around the health of immigrants and the communities that send and receive them. ICYFP Director Dr. Dolores Acevedo-Garcia is a member of PMH and co-author on a PMH special issue of Social Science and Medicine focused on new methods of immigrant health research (forthcoming). 

One Nation Indivisible

One Nation Indivisible is a project devoted to telling the success stories of immigrant integration into American communities, schools, culture and economy. These stories both inform and empower people and communities in the struggle to integrate and celebrate cultural diversity in America. One Nation Indivisible is a project of the Poverty and Race Research Action Council, based in Washington, DC and is co-directed by ICYFP collaborating researchers Susan Eaton and Gina Chirichigno

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