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Which presidential candidate and party represents the interests of Asian Americans? I look at Donald Trump and see the white elitist frat boy playing dirty tricks and looking down his nose at everyone that he does not think is at his societal level. Hillary Clinton is not a paragon of virtue, but I think that she only lies out of what she thinks is necessity, and not as an everyday tool. The untruths spilling out of Mr. Trump's mouth on a constant basis beggar the mind, and put him in
On Tuesday, at the Concordia Summit’s Private Sector Forum on Refugees and Migration, Anne Richards, Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration, announced that the Department of State is in conversations with Refugee Council USA about launching a private refugee sponsorship pilot program in fiscal year 2017.
Refugee Council USA, the umbrella group of nine refugee resettlement agencies, studied private sponsorship and assembled a set of principles that, Richards noted, will provide the foundation for further exploration of the idea. Their statement calls for the U.S. to consider a private sponsorship program that increases resettlement capacity and allows private individuals or groups to play an even larger role in resettlement.
The Niskanen Center, the organization responsible for introducing the idea to the policy debate last September with this Wall Street Journal op-ed and that originally sketched out what such a plan could look like in a policy paper in March, applauds Refugee Council and the State Department for their support on this crucial reform to our refugee system that will translate into more support for families on the run from violence, terror, and persecution.
Widespread Support and Interest From Various Refugee Actors
Private sponsorship was a common theme at this week’s refugee summits in New York. It was announced that Canada, in conjunction with the United Nations High Commissioner on Refugees and George Soros, will help “export” their successful private sponsorship model to other countries. By providing training and information about private sponsorship schemes, the Canadian officials will help launch similar programs worldwide to boost admission totals.
Canadian Immigration Minister McCollum claims 13 nations have expressed interest already, including Britain, Australia, Spain, and Japan.
Private sponsorship or privately funded resettlement programs are already being implemented in Germany, New Zealand, Argentina, Brazil, Italy, Ireland, and other countries. There is truly an international trend towards relying on private sector energy and support to further enable nations to aid refugees.
And encouragingly, support for the idea of private sponsorship in the U.S. has recently taken off.
This summer, 22 state lawmakers from Maryland endorsed private sponsorship and wrote, “We respectfully request that our constituents be provided the opportunity to contribute towards the life saving process of resettlement.”
Bolstering their efforts to increase resettlement, last year nine Syrian, Muslim, Arab, and Turkish groups wrote a letter to President Obama asking for the ability to help privately resettle refugees here.
Republican Senator Ron Johnson and Democratic Representatives