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2016 Annual Report

Published   on November 29, 2017

 


Immigrant Family Preparedness Guide for Georgia Families

Published   on October 5, 2017

If you are away from your children, it is a good idea to have a plan to make sure they are taken care of. If you want someone you trust to take care of your

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Resources to Prepare for Raids and Other Immigration Enforcement Actions

Published   on September 15, 2017

Compiled List of Know Your Rights/Community & Family Preparedness materials KYR wallet cards: ILRC’s Red Cards AILA Know Your Rights Handouts: If ICE Visits a Home, Employer, or Public Space USCCB video resources (English &

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Know Your Rights Information on ICE Raids for Parents/Community/Attorneys

Published   on June 29, 2017

The below is a collection of Know Your Rights resources to help prepare parents, community members, and attorneys on ICE raids on the sponsors of unaccompanied children and families. Kids in Need of Defense (KIND)  Advice and

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Childhood Cut Short

Published   on June 7, 2017

Childhood Cut Short: Sexual and Gender-based Violence Against Central American Migrant and Refugee Children   Since 2011, the number of unaccompanied Central American children arriving in the United States and Mexico has increased dramatically. The

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Neither Security nor Justice

Published   on May 4, 2017

Neither Security nor Justice: Sexual and Gender-based Violence and Gang Violence in El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala    “I can tell a woman that she should report domestic violence, but she will ask me, ‘Who

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Betraying Family Values

Published   on March 9, 2017

How Immigration Policy at the United States Border is Separating Families While it is not yet clear how the Trump Administration will implement the border enforcement policies laid out in the President’s recent executive order,

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2015 Annual Report

Published   on November 21, 2016

Potential Impact of Presidential Election on KIND clients

Published   on November 15, 2016

Many KIND pro bono attorneys may have questions about how the presidential election will affect your clients and their cases. This memo is to provide a basic overview of what we know and what we

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Recommendations for the Next Administration: Improving the Protection and Fair Treatment of Unaccompanied Children

Published   on November 8, 2016

The Way Forward: Fair and Humane Treatment of Unaccompanied Children October 2016   The historic numbers of children fleeing their homes and seeking protection in the United States has often been referred to as a “surge.”

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