Tahirih and Airbnb Pro Bono Partnership Makes a Difference for Immigrant Women and Girls
Tahirih Justice Center benefits from our generous network of pro bono attorneys from law firms and corporate partners who donate their time and expertise to create a world where women […]March 22, 2023
As advocates push for child marriage bans, some states resist
The Washington Post reporter, Kimberly Kindy, interviewed Tahirih’s public policy experts on child marriage in U.S. You can read the full article here.March 17, 2023
“I hope my story is helpful to someone else…and can inspire many women to be stronger. We need to help young women identify toxic relationships, so that there are fewer Camilas that go through such difficult things, let alone have our children suffer.”November 21, 2022
When I was 15 years old, I left my parents’ home in Mexico. I was sexually abused by my stepfather, and I thought I would be safer moving out with […]November 14, 2022
Tahirih Files Comments on Security Bars Delay
Tahirih has recently filed comments which object to the continued delay (in lieu of rescission) of the security bars rule. The security bars rule is premised on the false and harmful notion that immigrants may pose a risk to national security by threatening public health. This administration should rescind the rule rather than continue to delay its implementation, risking the possibility that an incoming administration could let it take effect without further notice and comment.