The Narrative Research Lab furthers The Opportunity Agenda's mission of advancing and strengthening connections within the immigration space, acting as a repository for research that has shaped narrative in the movement. The Lab’s digital library (below) supports this goal by enabling partners to discover effective messaging more quickly and build on each other’s research more efficiently.
Parties interested in learning more about the Narrative Research Lab, becoming a member, or submitting their research to our list are invited to sign up. Those who would like to search available research and make requests for privately-held research are welcome to use the digital library below. However, only those who have completed and returned a signed copy of the Memorandum of Understanding will have rights to view all of the works listed.
HOW TO USE THE DIGITAL LIBRARY
Search the library using the open search and/or dropdown fields below. If your search results are not publicly available (as marked by a hyperlink), copy the resource title(s), click “Submit Library Request,” and paste resource title(s) into the form. Response time: typically 5-8 business days. Watch the digital library instructional walk-through video here.
Please direct questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Year||Title||Institution||File Type||Issue Area|
|2020||One in Six Adults in California Immigrant Families Reported Avoiding Public Benefits in 2019||Urban Institute||Report||Policy Review|
|2020||COVID-19 in ICE Jails and Prisons||Freedom for Immigrants||Report, Other||Detention|
|2020||NRL November Webinar with Goodwin Simon Strategic Research, Clarity Campaigns and The Movement Cooperative: Immigration Modeling Survey||Clarity Campaigns, Goodwin Simon Strategic Research, The Movement Cooperative||Slide Deck, Video||Voter Survey|
|2020||NRL July Webinar with California Immigrant Policy Center: More than Words: Broadening Support with Creative Communications||California Immigrant Policy Center||Slide Deck, Video||Messaging Strategy|
|2020||Amid Confusion over the Public Charge Rule, Immigrant Families Continued Avoiding Public Benefits in 2019||Urban Institute||Report||Policy Review|
|2020||The Day That ICE Came: How Worksite Raids Are Once Again Harming Children and Families||CLASP||Report||Enforcement|
|2020||Immigration and Covid-19||New American Economy||Report, Other||Policy Review|
|2020||NRL September Narrative Research Lab Webinar with National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy: Won't You Be My Neighbor? Local Foundations, Immigrants, and Refugee Populations||National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy||Slide Deck, Video||Field Resource|
|2020||Care in Action Poll Heroes Act Poll||Change Research||Report||Voter Survey|
|2020||Family Separation Is Not Over: How the Trump Administration Continues to Separate Children from Their Parents to Serve Its Political Ends.||Young Center for Immigrant Children's Rights||Report, Survey||Detention|