Migrant, stateless, and refugee women and children around the world routinely face legal and human rights violations. From the US border with Mexico, where asylum seekers are refused entry, to countries where women are denied the same nationality rights as men, the Women's Refugee Commission holds governments accountable to their obligation to respect women and children’s rights, so they can find safety, access justice, and rebuild their lives.

Our Work

Our Rights and Justice work includes issues of asylum, immigration detention, and our partnership with the Global Campaign for Equal Nationality Rights.