• Illustration of unseen person hidden in plain sight in walking crowd

    Helping the Unseen

    Refugees and victims of human trafficking, often referred to as vulnerable populations, present complex issues that USF System researchers are working to address

  • Refugee children play soccer in a program developed by Partners in Engaging and Empowering Refugees (PEER).

    More About Helping the Unseen

    Refugee children play soccer in a program developed by Partners in Engaging and Empowering Refugees (PEER), an organization created by faculty, students and alumni, to help build community among refugee youths. It’s just one example of USF’s community taking action to stand up for the vulnerable.

  • Sadiki Bertin, a Congolese refugee who arrived in Tampa about seven months ago.

    Getting Here is Just the Beginning

    Sadiki Bertin, a Congolese refugee, arrived here about seven months ago and works as a dishwasher; in his former life, he was a teacher and social worker.

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