The Leah Zallman Center is partnering with Southern New Hampshire University’s Center for New Americans and New Hampshire Equity Collective to conduct an analysis of English language instruction needs for immigrants in Manchester, NH.
The Leah Zallman Center is partnering with No Kid Hungry to evaluate grants aimed at addressing food insecurity in immigrant communities and thawing the chilling effects of the public charge ruling.
The Leah Zallman Center is partnering with Neighborhood Partnerships to create and institutionalize a participatory policymaking advisory council to elevate the concerns of immigrants and other marginalized groups in setting economic justice policy priorities in the state of Oregon.
The Leah Zallman Center is conducting a developmental evaluation with the HEAL Winchendon coalition, looking at how the growth of social, financial, and community assets improve the health and well-being of Winchendon residents and create a more welcoming and inclusive community for new migrants.
ICH is working with NORC on a community-based participatory research (CBPR) study to explore the impacts of the Encore Boston Harbor Casino on the surrounding communities.