Ta yaya zan iya maraba 'yan gudun hijira, baƙi, and other newcomers to the USA? A nan ne 8 ways to welcome newcomers into your community.
1) Learn how to pronounce newcomers’ sunayen
One important thing you can to do help newcomers feel welcome is learn how to pronounce their names. koyi tips on how to pronounce names that sound foreign to you.
2) Learn skills to begin volunteering with newcomers in your own community
kammala mu free online horo shirin su koyi yadda za yadda ya kamata aikin sa kai da 'yan gudun hijira. When you are done, search our “FindHello” database for a local organization to support in your town.
3) Be prepared to listen to the concerns of established residents in your communities
Your most challenging role as an advocate for newcomers will be among less welcoming members of your own community. Da yake mai kyau husũma nufin sauraron tare da girmamawa ga tsoro da damuwa daga wadanda ba marabtar al'umma mambobi. If you dismiss their concerns as prejudice or selfishness, you will not win hearts and minds.
maimakon, acknowledge that things are changing, and find out what their wishes are. Remind them that refugees, and many other immigrants too, come because they are trying to get away from terror and conflict, not bring it with them, and that engaging people and making them feel welcome is the best prevention. Reminders of immigrant ancestors are also helpful with some groups.
You can also highlight the positives that immigrants bring with them. Find common ground by identifying similar values that newcomers have with non-welcoming community members – work ethic and resilience, addini da kuma na gargajiya al'ummu, iyali dabi'u - da kuma gina your bayar da shawarwari a kusa da cewa. Za ku sãmi akwai yalwa da abubuwa da cewa wasu 'yan gudun hijira kungiyoyin da a na kowa tare da mafi ra'ayin mazan jiya Amirkawa, wanda na iya yi fushi musamman sababbin kawai saboda ba su fahimta da su.
4) Buy a shirt and wear a message of welcome to newcomers
You can wear a message of welcome when you are out and about in your city. USAHello sells shirts with the message “Welcome. Wannan shi ne your gida, ma” in eight different languages. Proceeds support our work. Saya shirt yanzu.
5) Work with your city and county officials to declare your community a welcoming city
marabtar America ne na kasa motsi da cewa karfafa birane da garuruwa zama mafi m wuraren.
6) Teach children about refugees and other newcomers both at school and at home
Teaching children about refugees can be a challenge but is also an important thing to do. Here are some ideas to help you talk to your children about refugees.
7) Hire newcomers and learn inclusive employment practices
Research shows refugees and other newcomers are very valuable parts of the workforce. su yi ijara da! We are adding newcomer-friendly employers to our database. Email us don haka za mu iya ƙara muku. sa'an nan, consider ways to promote English language learning on the job. Your company can give employees time during their work week to earn their GED® diplomas using our free GED® shirye-shiryen Hakika.
If you are looking for additional support on how to hire and work with employees who are refugees or immigrants, you can find more resources and technical support from our friends at Higher Riba.
8) Plan or attend an event for World Refugee Day or Welcoming Week
Duniya yan gudun hijira Day (Yuni 20th) is a day to celebrate the strength and resilience of refugees around the globe. Many communities across the United States host events during the month of June. Welcoming Week is celebrated each September. Visit our friends at WeAreAllAmerica.org a sami wani taron a cikin al'umma.
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