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News from Tucson, AZ

Get the latest updates and event listings from the International Rescue Committee in Tucson, AZ, and learn how you can help welcome newly arrived refugees.

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Our AmeriCorps position for Intensive Case Management is still open!!

Our AmeriCorps position for Intensive Case Management is still open!!

Announcement

Work with the IRC Tucson: AmeriCorps Opportunities!!

The IRC in Tucson is currently recruiting three AmeriCorps members. We welcome members to join our Economic Empowerment Unit as a Job Training AmeriCorps, partner with our health and wellness staff as a Health Education AmeriCorps or work as an Intensive Case Management AmeriCorps to address barriers to health and wellness for refugee and asylee clients. Each position involves a one-year service term. AmeriCorps members receive an annual living stipend and upon completion of service, are eligible for an education award. Click on position titles below for full job descriptions and application instructions.

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From Refugee To Restaurant Owner

How Refugees Contribute to the U.S. Economy

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Press Release: Literacy Garden

IRC Tucson's Nutrition & Food Security Program builds a community garden for refugees in the Amphi neighborhood, in partnership with Literacy Connects.

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The IRC in Tucson celebrates International Women's Day

Gender equity is woven in all of IRC's programming. We believe that women's rights are human rights.

Event

IRC Presents: Global Refugee Trends and Resettlement Update

March 27, 2018

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees publishes an annual report on the migration trends of refugees and displaced persons around the world. This session will cover the global refugee resettlement trends and provide the community with an update on local resettlement.

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IRC Tucson honors former refugee staff members

The International Rescue Committee in Tucson is honored to work with inspirational individuals every day. These are some of their stories.

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IRC Presents: Refugee Health

February 27, 2018

Explore the health needs of refugees and the community’s efforts to assist them in navigating the complexities of the U.S. healthcare system.

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Refugees thriving in Tucson

Refugees have a keen understanding that their resettlement in Tucson is an opportunity for a second chance to build a life free from war and the trauma and loss it brings.

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Syrian family continues to wait

One year after the first Executive Order barring travel from seven Muslim-majority nations was passed, Mariam continues to hope that her husband can join their family in Tucson.

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