International Migrants Day - December 18

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Join the International Migrants' Day 'Tweet Storm' Today

Today, December 18, is International Migrants' Day --  a day when worldwide we recognize and celebrate the role and contributions of migrants in our com Read more >

Endorse the Marrakech Women's Rights Manifesto

This week we have an unprecedented opportunity to demand that migrant women’s rights and leadership be put at the center of the migration debates and policies that hold sway over their lives. Read more >

The US has made migrants at the border wait months to apply for asylum. Now the dam is breaking.

The center of the American asylum crisis is the El Chaparral plaza in Tijuana, which sits at the foot of the western pedestrian bridge to enter the US at the San Ysidro Port of Entry in California. Read more >

TEAR GAS IN TIJUANA: THE CRISIS AT THE U.S. BORDER, AND WHAT WE CAN DO

[Nov. 26, 2018] Yesterday a group of hundreds of migrants marching from Central America was stopped at the border between Tijuana and San Diego by tear gas. The group tried to get around a Mexican police blockade, and officials from U.S. Read more >

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Solidarity, Justice, Rights: Support NNIRR on #GivingTuesday

#GivingTuesday kicks off the Season of Giving 2018 -- closing a year in which justice, human rights and the safety and stability of immigrant communities and people in migration have been under daily attack, before and after Read more >

'Tear Gassing Children Is Outrageous and Inhumane': US Condemned for Violence Against Asylum Seekers

As legal experts and human rights advocates overnight and Monday morning continued to denounce the tear gassing of children and other asylum seekers by U.S. Read more >

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