After the 5th Circuit decision on Nov 9th, many communities are unsure about the future implementation of DAPA and expanded DACA. What can we do to help members of our community while we wait? As we learned from DACA, many people who came forward to apply for deferred action were actually eligible for other (more permanent) remedies. Why wait to find that out? Why not address this now through community education forums addressing common immigration remedies?
In this two-part webinar series, CLINIC staff will model a mock, interactive community education presentation that attendees will be able to participate in and critique. In addition, members of CLINIC’s staff will review eligibility criteria and screening tips for some of the most relevant current immigration remedies that you can include in your community presentations. There will also be an opportunity for questions.
Webinar One: Community Education and Screening: What to Say and How to Say it
Thursday, December 10th, 2:00PM EST
This webinar will include a mock community education and screening presentation and suggestions for how to answer questions from the community.
Webinar Two: Community Education and Screening: What to Do and How to Do it
Thursday, December 17th, 2:00PM EST
This webinar will focus on all of the details of planning and hosting a community education and/or screening event including considerations such as confidentiality, volunteer recruitment and training, limited scope agreements, referrals, etc.
For more information contact Michelle Sardone at firstname.lastname@example.org