2009 Audited Financial Statements
Read our 2009 audited financial statement.
2009 Impact Report
The distance between the violent reality of the women we serve and our vision of their future is one of our biggest challenges. Every day, we see the profound needs of our clients and are contacted by immigrant women and girls from around the country and globe who need our help. In 2009, we made great strides to expand our reach on a national level.
Precarious Protection: How Unsettled Policy and Current Laws Harm Women and Girls Fleeing Persecution
Drawing on the experiences of Tahirih clients and important findings from numerous studies by advocacy organizations and governmental agencies, this report by Tahirih exposes the continuing injustices facing women and girls seeking asylum in the United States and offers recommendations for system change.
2008 Impact Report
The scale of violence against women today is so pervasive that we can no longer deny that we are facing the seminal humanitarian crisis of our time. But countless women and girls are standing up to demand justice, and Tahirih has now helped 10,000 immigrant women and children access justice since 1997.
10th Anniversary Report
As we mark the end of our first decade of service to immigrant women and girls fleeing violence, we take a moment to reflect on why we do what we do. We take a moment to emphasize how our remarkable achievements have been possible. And we take a moment to share with you our hopeful vision of the future.
2004-2005 Impact Report
Our public policy advocacy victories took center stage in 2004-2005. Through the persistent advocacy for, and ultimate passage of, the International Marriage Broker Regulation Act, Tahirih Justice Center found itself on the national stage and in media outlets such as Newsweek, NBC Nightly News, Fox News, and The Washington Post advocating for the protection of so-called “mail-order brides.”
2003 Impact Report
In 2003, Tahirih served more than 700 women and girls and launched a groundbreaking campaign to protect so-called “mail-order-brides” from abuse and exploitation.