U.S. Failure to Commit to Ending Forced Marriage Here at Home a Missed Opportunity
NewsJuly 22nd, 2014
On the occasion of today’s Girl Summit, a gathering of governments, NGOs, and leaders from around the world, the U.S. government failed to issue any commitments to address forced marriage in the US.
Tahirih Urges Congress to Meet Legal and Moral Obligations to Displaced Children at the Border
NewsJuly 15th, 2014
The root causes of the flight of refugee children from their homes may be complex, but our obligation to protect them is not.
Alongside Partners, Tahirih Urges Senate to Support I-VAWA and CEDAW
NewsJune 24th, 2014
In cooperation with more than 70 partner organizations, Tahirih Justice Center urged Congress on Tuesday to pass the International Violence Against Women Act (I-VAWA) and ratify the United Nations Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW), two key tools to protect women and girls around the world from gender-based violence.
Honoring Our Heartbeats: A Tour to End Forced Marriage in the United States
NewsJune 22nd, 2014
Tahirih is embarking on a six-city tour with Pomegranate Tree Group to raise awareness of forced marriage and its impact on individuals in the United States.
Tahirih Presents Growth Plan at National Social Impact Competition
NewsJune 17th, 2014
Our plan to serve twice as many women and girls is gaining momentum.
NOW AVAILABLE: Spring 2014 Newsletter
NewsMay 22nd, 2014
Learn more about how we protected immigrant women and girls this spring. Click here to read our Spring 2014 Newsletter.
Tahirih Advances to Final Round of Scaling Competition
NewsMay 21st, 2014
Our proposal to dramatically increase the number of women and girls we serve has advanced to the final round of a prestigious social impact competition.