Declaration of Experts on Violence Against Women in Honduras

May 13, 2020

In response to the State Department Human Right's Report's gutting of the violence against women section, KIND enlisted Honduran women's rights experts to prepare the…

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KIND Urges Suspension of All Immigration Court Hearings for Detained Unaccompanied Children During the COVID-19 Emergency

March 18, 2020

As a legal services organization serving unaccompanied children throughout the United States, Kids in Need of Defense (KIND) expresses its deep concern for the safety…

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Trial by Video Proves an Injustice for Children

March 10, 2020

As the Houston immigration court prepares for a second day of videoconferencing deportation proceedings featuring the cases of children, including some without legal counsel, Kids…

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KIND Statement: New Trump Administration policies eviscerate protections for children alone

March 3, 2020

On March 9, the Trump Administration will launch a pilot project in Houston immigration court through which all cases of detained unaccompanied children will be…

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Flores Amicus Brief - Ninth Circuit Appeal

January 29, 2020

Brief of KIND, et al. as amici curiae to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in Flores v. Barr:  Ten other legal services providers joined…

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Know Your Rights Information on ICE Raids

July 15, 2019

Knowing your rights during ICE raids is an important aspect of keeping migrant children safe and protected. This resource is a collection of Know Your…

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KIND and HIAS Launch New Project to Serve Forcibly Separated Families

June 13, 2019

Kids in Need of Defense (KIND) and HIAS today announced a new joint project to provide representation to forcibly separated immigrant and refugee families who…

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Viaje A Tu Seguridad

March 15, 2019

Kids in Need of Defense (KIND) presents the publication, “Travel to Your Safety.” This publication seeks to inform unaccompanied children about asylum and how to…

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The Legal Rights of Separated Children

October 10, 2018

The family separation crisis is far from over. Here we outline a list of recommendations to the government to respect children’s legal rights and end…

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