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PORTLAND STANDS. Port of Portland's first permitted free speech demonstration. Native and settled and New Americans stand with our City's refugees. February 27, 2018.
Ronault LS (Polo) Catalani
Immigrant integration policy advisor
New Portlander Policy Commission
Immigrant integration practice advisor
New Portlander Programs
Our commission and our programs develop policies and practices integrating immigrants and refugees (New Portlanders) into the life of our robust city. Our website is a place you'll find people and programs building us all a more equitable, a healthier and happier hometown. If we've missed local resettlement resources for our families or communities - please say so (click here).
City Council created taskforce to recommend city policies in support of immigrant families and communities.
Community initiated partnership of community organizations of color, neighborhood groups, and the City of Portland building a rapid response network that combines reporting and tracking of hate acts and provides support our communities need at this time.
Advise the City on policies and practices to integrate immigrant and refugee communities’ voices and needs into the provision of City services, City decision-making and civic engagement in Portland, and to seek constructive relationships with City Council
Language interpretation and community engagement for your public involvement programs
Information central to newcomer integration
Local resettlement and integration assistance
Short video on New Portlanders being introduced to Portland Police