NewsMay 14th, 2015
Tahirih Houston Director says ‘indefinite, prolonged, and arbitrary detention of children and their mothers must stop.’
PageApril 5th, 2015
A NEWLY EXPANDED PRACTICE In summer 2014, the Obama Administration dramatically expanded the practice of jailing refugee women and children seeking protection at U.S. borders. The vast majority of these […]
NewsFebruary 17th, 2015
Will the Department of Homeland Security uphold its legal commitment to treat immigrant children fairly?
NewsJanuary 23rd, 2015
Angela’s* son turned 3 inside the confines of a crowded detention center. He was stuck there, along with hundreds of other mothers and children fleeing violence in Central America.
NewsJanuary 20th, 2015
Advocates for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault are deeply concerned about the harmful impact of family detention centers on already traumatized immigrant women and children fleeing violence.
NewsSeptember 23rd, 2014
Houston Director: “It is urgent that we enact alternatives to detention and release survivors of sexual and domestic violence as soon as possible.”
PageJuly 9th, 2021
About the Research The COVID-19 pandemic and the unique set of circumstances that come with it creates new challenges and exacerbates existing ones for those seeking justice within the immigration […]