resources

A Treacherous Journey: Child Migrants Navigating the U.S. Immigration System

Published   on February 12, 2014

A Treacherous Journey: Child Migrants Navigating the U.S. Immigration System addresses the issues raised by the recent historic and unabated increase in the number of children coming unaccompanied – without a parent or legal guardian

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2012 Annual Report

Published   on October 2, 2013

Read and download the full 2012 report here.   Letter from Board Chairs   Dear Friends, Our work to help unaccompanied immigrant and refugee children in the United States has become even more urgent in

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The Time is Now

Published   on February 2, 2013

Understanding and Addressing the Protection of Immigrant Children Who Come Alone to the US Comprehensive immigration reform (CIR) is an opportunity to re-work the U.S. immigration system to ensure that it is fair, leads to

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2011 Annual Report

Published   on December 12, 2012

Read and download the full 2011 report here.   Letter from Board Chairs   It is our great pleasure to present to you KIND’s most recent annual report. It’s hard to believe that it has

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2010 Annual Report

Published   on November 12, 2011

Read and download the full 2010 report here.   WELCOME TO KIND — A NATIONWIDE MOVEMENT TO IMPROVE THE TREATMENT OF CHILDREN WHO COME TO THE UNITED STATES ALONE.   Letter from Board Chairs    We

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Immigration and Schools: Supporting Success for Undocumented and Unaccompanied Homeless Youth

Published   on November 28, 2010

Read and download the full report here.   Attending school and securing lawful status in the United States are two keys to safety and security for undocumented unaccompanied homeless youth. This brief is designed to

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The Measure of a Society: The Treatment of Unaccompanied Refugee and Immigrant Children in the United States

Published   on January 1, 2010

Harvard Civil Rights – Civil Liberties Law Review   Read and download the full article   Written by: Wendy Young and Megan McKenna, Kids in Need of Defense (“KIND”) “Placed on a boat bound for

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