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    2011 National Immigrant Integration Conference

Great ideas come to Seattle - Registration is now open!

The National Immigrant Integration Conference (NIIC) 2011 will bring together over 600 people, from seasoned practitioners and policy makers to new allies, in Seattle. Participants will deepen their understanding of immigrant integration, share promising practices, discuss key challenges and strategize on future directions, and attend capacity building trainings. We promise you will be inspired by the great work from around the country and come away ready to tackle the challenges of building a stronger democracy as we launch a new decade for immigrant integration.

Register now on our updated conference website.

Our scholarship application form is also now available. The application deadline is Monday, August 1, 2011. Conference workgroups are in the process of designing conference programming. Check out the track descriptions.

Please forward this email to anyone interested in immigrant integration. Thank you! Questions about the conference? Contact Aaliyah Gupta.

NIIC 2011 is the flagship event of the National Partnership for New Americans and is being hosted by OneAmerica.

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OneAmerica, formerly Hate Free Zone, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that advances the fundamental principles of democracy and justice by building power within immigrant communities.

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The National Partnership for New Americans advances the integration and active citizenship of immigrants to achieve a vibrant, just, and welcoming democracy for all. Our vision is an authentic and welcoming democracy in which new Americans achieve equal opportunity and are a powerful and organized constituency. Policies and programs at all levels will foster a high quality of life for all, and new Americans will vote, hold office and participate fully in civic life and economic prosperity.

   
     
 

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