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

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Holiday gifts with comfort, style and the power of a lasting message!

This holiday season let's convey a narrative of love, solidarity and justice! Purchase a t-shirt, wristband and/or a cookbook to give to family or friends (or keep for yourself!) and your money will have double impact by supporting NNIRR's work and honoring your loved one with a truly meaningful present. (And check out holiday discounts)

If purchasing to give on Dec. 25th, order by Dec. 20th!

Free first class shipping on cookbooks and t-shirts through Dec. 20th. Read more >

Gear up for Intl Migrants Day, Dec.18: A landmark day for human rights and justice for all migrants

Next Monday, December 18, is International Migrants Day (IMD); it marks the 27th anniversary of the 1990 passage of the United Nations’ International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families. Read more >

Become a member of NNIRR today...join us to fight for migrant rights and justice

In the one year since Donald Trump was elected President, the immigrant community has been thrown into non-stop resistance and organizing on all fronts. Read more >

US Pull Out from Global Compact on Migration Process Disrespects Migrants and Undermines International Community Responsibilities

In withdrawing from the United Nations process to forge a new Global Compact on Migration, the Trump Administration once more used "America First" rhetoric to defy multilateral approaches to address the short and long term challenges of global migration. Read more >

Trump Travel Ban to Take Effect After Supreme Court Ruling

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Monday allowed the third version of the Trump administration’s travel ban to go into effect while legal challenges against it continue. The decision was a victory for the administration after its mixed success before the court over the summer, when justices considered and eventually dismissed disputes over the second version. Read more >

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US government withdrawal from Global Compact for Migration process abandons commitments and global responsibility

Statement from US Civil Society Participants Read more >

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