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Action Alerts tagged action_alerts
  • Stop Warehousing Mothers and Children

    June 8th, 2015

    Our government has ignored resounding cries for an end to prolonged family detention and instead races to build more and more jails for immigrant women and children on the run from violence.

  • Protect Women at Risk of Abuse in International Marriage Industry

    December 15th, 2014

    Tahirih is proud of our instrumental role in making an IMBRA a reality, but much work remains to translate the law into meaningful and effective protections for foreign brides.

  • Support I-VAWA

    June 24th, 2014

    By directing the U.S. government to create a coordinated, comprehensive, and concerted strategy to reduce violence, I-VAWA would have a powerful impact on the suffering of millions of women worldwide who face horrific abuses.

  • Ratify CEDAW

    May 7th, 2014

    We cannot allow the United States to continue to be one of only seven countries in the world that has not ratified the United Nations Convention on the Elimination of Violence Against Women.

  • Protect Maryland Victims of Crime

    March 10th, 2014

    Legislation under consideration in the Maryland Legislature would help Tahirih clients like Maria* rebuild their lives. And we need your help to make sure it passes.

  • Urge Congress to Fully Fund Programs for Refugees

    January 13th, 2013

    The Office of Refugee Resettlement in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has an urgent humanitarian mandate to protect refugees, including vulnerable survivors of trafficking, torture, persecution, and violence. But the very funds ORR needs to meet its promise to survivors are now in jeopardy.

  • Ask Congress to Work Together for Victims

    November 30th, 2012

    House and Senate versions of VAWA are almost entirely the same, and only a few critical differences remain to be worked through. Tell Congress that we know that by working together in good faith and with a victim-centered approach, these differences can be resolved.