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KIND Launches New Project to Prevent Trafficking of Children Displaced from Ukraine, Welcomes Alexandra Malangone as Project Director

Explore KIND's impactful new initiative, the Suzir’ya project, aimed at protecting children displaced by the devastating war in Ukraine. Led by human rights lawyer Alexandra…...

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Lessons Learned Providing Support to Children Displaced from Ukraine

This month marks the two-year anniversary of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Since the escalation of hostilities in 2022, Kids in Need of Defense (KIND)…...

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KIND Joins with Partner Organizations to Raise Funds to Support Separated Families

KIND Joins with Partner Organizations to Raise Funds to Support Separated Families....

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KIND Welcomes Jeanne Celestine Lakin to the Keeping Kids Safe Campaign Leadership Council  

KIND is excited to welcome Jeanne Celestine Lakin as the newest member of the Keeping Kids Safe Campaign Leadership Council. Jeanne is an award-winning author,…...

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KIND Lawyer Helps Secure Protection for Survivors of Human Trafficking

In observance of National Human Trafficking Prevention Month, gain insights from our conversation with Kevin Jackson, a staff attorney at KIND's Atlanta office. Discover how…...

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KIND Recognizes International Day of Education

Learn how KIND supports access to education, advocate for inclusive policies, collaborate with school districts, and champion the integration of immigrant children into communities....

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KIND Staff Gives Know Your Rights Presentations in San Francisco Schools

Unaccompanied children in schools across the United States often do not know how the U.S. immigration system works or what their rights are in this…...

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Keeping Kids Safe: KIND’s New Campaign to Transform the Immigration System for Unaccompanied Children

Discover KIND's groundbreaking initiative, "Keeping Kids Safe: A Seamless Safety Net for Children on the Move." This ten-year campaign aims to revolutionize child immigration laws,…...

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U.S. Executive Office for Immigration Review Strengthens Fairness of Immigration Court for Children

Responding to KIND's advocacy, the U.S. Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) have jointly issued a directive…...

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