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Publications Archive

Publication Tag: Domestic Violence
  • Statement Denouncing the Attorney General’s Decision in Matter of A-B

    As a member of the National Task Force to End Sexual and Domestic Violence’s Steering Committee, the Tahirih Justice Center joined colleague organizations in issuing this statement denouncing the Attorney General’s decision in Matter of A-B-.

  • Amicus Brief Filed in Review of Asylum for Domestic Violence Survivors

    The Tahirih Justice Center and partner organizations filed this amicus brief to Attorney General Jeff Sessions ahead of his review of whether domestic violence survivors can continue to receive asylum protection in the United States. What he decides could have a far-reaching impact that could cost the lives of women fleeing abuse.

  • Tahirih Letter to Attorney General Sessions on Asylum for Domestic Violence Survivors

    The Tahirih Justice Center submitted this letter to the office of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, which delivers the results of our petition showing support for survivors of domestic violence seeking asylum protection in the United States.

  • Tahirih Backgrounder on Asylum for Survivors of Violence

    On March 7, 2018, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that he will reconsider whether survivors of domestic violence are eligible for asylum protection in the United States. This fact sheet from the Tahirih Justice Center explains this threat to asylum and what it would mean for survivors of violence.

  • Outreach Packet

    Immigrant women and girls who are disproportionately impacted by gender-based violence need your help in the struggle for safety and dignity. What can you do? Host an event in your community and bring along our outreach packet to spread the word.

  • Fact Sheet on Violence Against Women

    Violence against women and girls is a global epidemic of staggering proportions. Get the facts and learn more about why immigrant women and girls are acutely vulnerable to violence.

  • Photo Essay: In Their Own Words

    Meet five of our courageous clients in this stunning photo essay from Steve Jeter and Bittersweet Zine.