Isabelle Charo was an intern with MPI, where she provided research support on projects relating to the intersection of migration policy and human services. Her research interests include the relationship between immigrant families and child welfare and juvenile justice systems, and antipoverty strategies for immigrants and refugees. She is a fourth-year student at the University of Chicago, where she participates in the Pozen Center for Human Rights internship program. She is pursuing majors in public policy and sociology, and a minor in French.
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At a time when the U.S. refugee resettlement system is facing unprecedented challenges, innovative and cost-effective tools for supporting refugee integration are in demand. This report explores how a two-generation approach to service provision could help all members of refugee families—from young children to working-age adults and the elderly—find their footing.