The Women's Refugee Commission is mentioned in this article in Colorlines, by Rinku Sen, "Why It's Crucial to Keep Immigrant Families Together."
Michelle Brané, Director, Detention & Asylum, writes about the need for reforming the U.S. immigrant detention system in this Huffington Post piece.
Jennifer Podkul, Program Officer, Detention and Asylum, is quoted in Julianne Hing's Colorlines article, "Report: Widespread Border Patrol Abuse Goes Unchecked."
Michelle Brané, Director, Detention and Asylum, is quoted in Cristina Costantini's Huffington Post article, "Undocumented Women Forced To Give Birth While Shackled And In Police Custody."
Michelle Brané, Director, Detention & Asylum, has a piece in the Huffington Post about the case of an Albanian immigrant whose family is threatened because of his willingness to testify against an Albanian mobster and human trafficker.
A recent article mentioning WRC highlights the many risks unaccompanied children face at the U.S.-Mexico border and what we can do about it.
In this Huffington Post article, Women's Refugee Commission board members explain why the world needs to act now to save lives in the Horn of Africa.
The Women's Refugee Commission is mentioned in Christie Thompson's Ms. Magazine blog, "Don’t Skimp on Aid to East Africa–Women Will Pay the Price."
Michelle Brané, director of the Detention and Asylum Program, is quoted in Elise Foley's Huffington Post article, "Children Of Immigrants Face Hardship To Keep Families Together."