International Migrants Day - December 18

Celebrating the lives, rights and contributions of migrants around the world!

Just Borders

Key border issues, background info, analysis

Just Borders t-shirt on sale now!

Human rights, safety and dignity for all migrants and refugees

Resist - fight for rights and justice!

Updates, Know your rights, hotlines, key resources

NO BAN, NO WALL - LOVE KNOWS NO BORDERS

NNIRR mini fundraiser - buy your wristband now!

All Out to #DefendDACA

Updates, tools and resources on DACA

LATEST NEWS

Archives

Included here are past campaigns and initiatives, still available for background and resources.

IMMIGRATION, IMMIGRANT COMMUNITIES & THE 2012 ELECTIONS Read more >

People's Global Action on Migration, Development & Human Rights (PGA)

PGA in 2013:

Power, People, Communities: Building Bridges for Migrant, Labour & Human Rights

HOLIDAY SALE THRU DEC. 31st!

Recipes on the Move: Sustaining the Movement for Immigrant Rights

NNIRR's Cookbook! A collection of inspiring recipes and stories from around the globe.

December 18: International Migrants Day Poster

limited edition, hand-screened

A beautiful poster, designed by Favianna Rodriguez, a celebrated printmaker and digital designer known for her vibrant images and messaging dealing with immigration, globalization, human rights and social justice. This poster commemorates International Migrants Day with both limited edition hand-screened prints and printed poster versions.  Read more >

THESE WALL STREET COMPANIES ARE READY TO CASH IN ON TRUMP’S BORDER WALL

MUCH OF THE discussion on President Donald Trump’s border wall has focused on its cost and impracticality, as well as the anti-immigrant and racist rhetoric it embo Read more >

Class-action suit claims Border Patrol violates immigrants' civil rights

During a six-month period in 2013, people detained by the Border Patrol near Tucson were regularly held more than 24 hours in temporary facilities, breaking the agency's own policies and subjecting immigrants to freezing, overcrowded cells without access to food, water, medical care and legal council, according to a new federal class-action lawsuit. Read more >

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