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Posts tagged National
  • Tahirih’s Interdisciplinary Model, Explained

    News

    December 7th, 2020

    At the Tahirih Justice Center, we believe that it is not enough to simply win a client’s legal case. We work to support their needs and connect them with a variety of services, like skill–building opportunities, workforce readiness and education programs, counseling, and […]

  • Child marriage: Why does it persist in the US?

    News

    December 1st, 2020

    The Stream, a daily TV show on Al Jazeera, discussed the issue of child marriage in the United States and why it persists. Femi Oke interviews Donna Pollard, founder of […]

  • New Proposed Rules to Limit Due Process for Immigrant Survivors

    News

    November 25th, 2020

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE | NOVEMBER 25, 2020 CONTACT: Rachel Pak Rach[email protected]; 571-550-9162 Today, the outgoing administration proposed two rules that would speed up the deportation machine that immigration courts have […]

  • Chace Pulley

    People

    November 21st, 2020

    Chace Pulley joined Tahirih in 2021. As National Pro Se Toolkit Coordinator, Chace will help design resources that offer information surrounding immigration eligibility requirements for survivors and provide answers to […]

  • Ten Steps the Administration Must Take Now for Immigrant Survivors of Gender-Based Violence

    News

    November 9th, 2020

    The new administration has the power to immediately change many policies that will help immigrant survivors and start rebuilding our broken system.

  • Introduction of The Status of Child Marriages in the United States Act

    News

    October 20th, 2020

    Congresswoman Gwen Moore and Congressman Van Taylor introduced the Status of Child Marriage in the United States Act— legislation to study this pressing issue in the U.S. In a statement […]

  • Act Now to Save Asylum

    Action Alerts

    October 14th, 2020

    Make your voice heard about a new proposed rule that would make it impossible for asylum seekers to get a fair shot at obtaining protection.