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Brockton Public Library Makes Space for “Priceless” Services to its Haitian Community

October 17th, 2023|

Twice a month, 200 or more recent immigrants from Haiti are eager to get to Brockton Public Library. It’s time to see Sabyne Denaud and her team from the International Institute of New England. These new community members have escaped life-threatening [...]

Cyclists Raise Awareness and Funds at Annual Ride for Refugees and Immigrants

October 3rd, 2023|

On September 24th, International Institute of New England Board members, volunteers, staff, friends, and local community members suited up and hopped on their bikes to participate in IINE’s 5th annual Ride for Refugees and Immigrants.  Created by IINE Board member Will Krause, [...]

Migrants, Immigrants, Refugees, Asylum-Seekers, Parolees: Understanding the Key Differences

September 15th, 2023|

Migrants. Immigrants. Refugees. Asylum seekers. Parolees. They all leave their homes seeking a better life. Some leave by choice, others by dire necessity. The terms used to describe people who make these difficult decisions and journeys are determined by why they [...]

IINE Statement on Biden Administration Extending and Redesignating TPS for Ukraine

August 31st, 2023|

The International Institute of New England (IINE) commends the Biden administration’s decision to extend and redesignate Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Ukraine until April 2025. As Russia continues its relentless attacks on Ukraine—which have caused more than 5.1 million Ukrainians to [...]

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