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Honoring Int'l Women's Day 2014 + March 13 Event

With every advancing year, the intersection of women, migration and globalization expands and evolves, unfolding more complexities as well as opportunities for organizing and advocacy. In the U.S., women have not only continued to play leading and vibrant roles in the immigrant rights movement, but immigrant rights advocacy itself has become much stronger with a greater appreciation for the particular impacts of punitive and discriminatory policies on women. Read more >

Act for Migrant Day + Reminders: Join the 'Tweet Storm'!

Organize for Justice and Dignity on International Migrants' Day - Endorse the Call for U.S. Ratification of the UN Migrant Workers Convention

Friends,

December 18 will be celebrated around the world as International Migrants' Day. Read more >

A Call for Support: Philippine Recovery is Tied to Climate Justice

The typhoon that hit the Philippines earlier this month will have lasting effects on that country. With a large immigrant and longtime Filipino population in this country, many of us all well aware of the history and political and economic connections between the U.S. and the Philippines.  Read more >

Migrant Rights Advocates Converge in New York During UN Session

Migrant Rights Advocates Converge in New York to Urge UN to Support Human Rights for Migrants, End Global Criminalization Programs  Read more >

Migrant Women's Rights are Human Rights! Workshop and march in New York, Mar. 7 & 8

For those of you who are in or will be in New York this next week, please join us for the workshop, Violence Against Migrant Women and the Human Rights Framework, on Thursday March 7. NNIRR is a member of the Women and Global Migration Working Group, one of the workshop hosts. Read more >

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