PubsSeptember 9th, 2021
To ensure equal and enduring access to asylum for survivors of gender-based violence, the U.S. must join other countries in adding a gender as an independent basis for asylum.
PubsJuly 7th, 2021
Institutional Injustice analyzes the ways in which the COVID-19 pandemic affects people jailed by ICE. In particular, this report emphasizes the ways in which existing systems along with ICE’s pandemic response endanger people in detention and facilitate the further spread of the virus.
A System Under Stress: The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on non-detained cases in Immigration Courts
PubsMay 12th, 2021
A System Under Stress analyzes the ways in which the COVID-19 pandemic has challenged paths to justice for non-detained immigrants in the immigration court system. In particular, this report emphasizes the ways in which the pandemic has both introduced new barriers and exacerbated old ones, placing increased stress on immigrant communities and significantly decreasing the capacity of direct service providers.
PubsMay 13th, 2020
Making Progress, But Still Falling Short outlines what more needs to be done to end child marriage in America both at the state and federal level.
PubsDecember 20th, 2018
The Tahirih Justice Center is proud to help lead the campaign to end child marriage across the nation, working with survivor advocates to change antiquated state laws that fail to protect children from abuse and coercion. This document provides an overview of state legislative reforms made to date, and progress still needed.
Nationwide Survey: A Window Into the Challenges Immigrant Women and Girls Face in the U.S. and the Policy Solutions to Address Them
PubsJanuary 31st, 2018
This report presents the findings of Tahirih’s nationwide survey on the challenges facing immigrant women and girls in the U.S.
PubsSeptember 20th, 2017
This resource provides a detailed overview of existing state based criminal laws against forced marriage in the U.S.