NewsOctober 13th, 2015
In the United States today, thousands of children under 18 have recently taken marital vows — mostly girls married to adult men, often with approval from local judges.
NewsOctober 5th, 2015
A determined advocate for immigrant women and girls with a rich history of service at Tahirih has been recognized for her role in a pioneering campaign to end forced marriage in the United States.
NewsSeptember 22nd, 2015
Before his visit to the United States comes to a close, ask Pope Francis to advocate for imprisoned refugee mothers and children.
NewsSeptember 15th, 2015
Most people wouldn’t associate Montgomery County with human trafficking. But experts say it’s happening here. Our Baltimore Director Morgan Weibel talks to Bethesda Magazine about problematic gaps in services for victims.
NewsSeptember 8th, 2015
Child survivors of trauma need their mothers’ love and support outside of the restrictive and disempowering settings of family detention.
NewsAugust 7th, 2015
Jaha’s journey has been transformative, not just for her, but for me. I am humbled to see someone so young leading us all as we fight for equality for girls and women.
NewsJuly 24th, 2015
Victory! Read about a judge’s celebrated ruling to protect refugee children from ‘deplorable’ detention.