Human Rights at International Borders

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Human Rights, Dignity & Safety for All Migrants

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LATEST NEWS

Lifting up justice, now and in 2017

For our 30th anniversary earlier this year, we chose the theme, Tearing down walls, lifting up justice. Fitting, we thought, for our work over the past three decades. And fitting still, for the period ahead as we commit to resistance against the further escalation of attacks on immigrant communities. Read more >

Get ready for Int'l Migrants Day, Dec. 18

Gearing up for International Migrants Day -- December 18:

Challenging racism and xenophobia, detentions and deportations --Lifting up human rights and justice for all migrants and refugees Read more >

US Border Patrol uses desert as ‘weapon’ to kill thousands of migrants, report says

Arizona advocacy group says agents chase border crossers from Mexico into hostile terrain in a strategy that leaves many injured, dead or lost Read more >

Safe passage for migrants sought

International migrant rights activists at a global forum on migration and human rights in Dhaka yesterday observed that migrants and refugees seeking safe routes through international borders should be allowed to move and provide necessary assistances to ensure their human rights. Read more >

UC won't assist federal agents in immigration actions against students

The University of California announced sweeping actions Wednesday to protect its students who came into the country illegally, saying it would refuse to assist federal immigrat Read more >

How to support NNIRR on Giving Tuesday and beyond

Giving Tuesday, November 29, kicks off the Season of Giving 2016 -- closing a year in which justice and human rights have been attacked and greatly compromised -- with more dangerous days ahead in 2017. Read more >

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