NewsFebruary 8th, 2012
In the past decade, several new laws have allowed abused foreign-born women, including those who entered the United States illegally and those whose immigration status depends on their spouse, to obtain legal residency on their own.
NewsDecember 2nd, 2011
We were in the courtroom and I caught my client’s eyes. They filled with tears, and then she looked forward toward the judge and jury. She was a very small Ukrainian woman and very scared.
NewsSeptember 18th, 2011
Forced marriage and honor violence are often viewed in the West as backward customs relegated to impoverished developing nations. But a spate of gruesome honor killings in the U.K., and new research about the prevalence of underage marriage in the U.S., for the first time show that this kind of violence against women is far more widespread.
NewsSeptember 14th, 2011
Do something! That’s what the courageous women activists and leaders urged at the launch of the Women in the World Foundation in Manhattan on Tuesday.
NewsAugust 31st, 2011
Rather spoke with Miller-Muro about the hidden problem of forced marriage in the U.S.
NewsMay 11th, 2011
TED is a global series of conferences run by the Sapling Foundation, under the slogan “Ideas Worth Sharing.”
NewsOctober 1st, 2009
Women seeking political asylum in the United States based on gender-related persecution can get mired in a legal labyrinth that can leave their cases unresolved for years.