This panel discussion is presented by Switchboard, a one-stop resource hub for refugee service providers in the United States. Visit www.SwitchboardTA.org to learn more.
★ What will this panel discussion cover?
As refugee service providers across the U.S. begin to reopen their doors, countless questions have emerged about how to go about the reopening process. While each provider's location and context is different, we have an opportunity to learn from each other about what is working well and what potential hurdles to anticipate.
Join us for an engaging virtual panel discussion featuring voices from across the refugee resettlement network, including federal partners. We’ll provide opportunities both before and during the session to ask your questions. We’ll discuss questions like:
• What are some important considerations for refugee service providers working to develop a reopening strategy?
• What are the key health and safety measures to plan for and implement?
• As we resume direct services, how can we pick up where we left off as smoothly as possible?
• How can we best explain the reopening process, along with new changes in services, to clients?
★ Is this web event for me?
This panel discussion is aimed at leaders, managers, and front-line staff involved in planning for and implementing reopening strategies. It will be relevant for staff working in locations across the U.S. in different stages of the reopening process.
★ Why Should I attend?
By the end of this 60-minute conversation, you will be able to name at least one promising practice or useful resource to inform the development or implementation of your reopening strategy.
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