The Harvard Immigration Project Fellows Program offers advanced level doctoral students at Harvard University the opportunity to receive additional training and support for one academic year.
IIH executive committee members, faculty affiliates, partners and others at Harvard University offer a wide array of opportunities for the campus community to engage with issues of immigration.
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FEATURED IIH REPORT
By Jongyeon Joy Ee, Loyola Marymount University, and Patricia Gándara, UCLA
The Immigration Initiative at Harvard (IIH) released on February 5 2020 a new report, “Under Siege: The Disturbing Impact of Immigration Enforcement on the Nation’s Schools,” which reveals that nearly 85 percent of educators report observing students’ overt expressions of fear of an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) intervention in their lives, and 44 percent saying this fear was “extensive.”
Pierre R. Berastain, Director of the OSAPR at Harvard University
Pierre is the director of the Office of Sexual Assault Prevention & Response (OSAPR), which works to support members of the community who have experienced interpersonal harm. They also create programming to raise awareness and engage the larger community in preventing harm. While he's been in this position for two years, his relationship to the University goes back to his years as an undergrad at the College. Pierre is a proud alumnus of the Divinity School and a DACA beneficary.
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