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    When refugee displacement drags on, is self-reliance the answer?

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    But how do you know if a refugee is really self-reliant?  Refuge Point and the  Women’s Refugee Commission (of which I am on the board and a commissioner, respectively) both began developing indicators to determine when refugees achieve self-reliance and are now working with 16 humanitarian actors in a  community of practice to refine and pilot these indicators.

    Thousands More Migrant Children Were Separated from Their Families Than Previously Reported

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    Migrant rights groups had already been warning that there were likely many more families separated by the Trump administration the greater public had been aware of by the summer of 2018. In March of last year, the ACLU and immigrant, asylum, and refugee rights groups came out with allegations that the administration was separating families at the southern border. A refugee rights group, the Women’s Refugee Commission, identified 429 cases of what it had deemed family separations at the border by March 2018, according to reporting from The Guardian at the time.

    Federal Immigration Agents Separated More Migrant Children Than Previously Thought

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    Immigrant advocacy organizations such as the Women's Refugee Commission said at the time, "We began to hear a noticeable increase in this practice in the summer [of 2017]." Moreover, 74 congressional Democrats sent a letter to Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen denouncing family separation as unlawful and immoral.

    Federal Immigration Agents Separated More Migrant Children Than Previously Thought

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    Immigrant advocacy organizations such as the Women's Refugee Commission said at the time, "We began to hear a noticeable increase in this practice in the summer [of 2017]." Moreover, 74 congressional Democrats sent a letter to Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen denouncing family separation as unlawful and immoral.

    Trump keeps mentioning taped-up women at the border. Experts have no idea what he’s talking about.

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    “I’m not really sure where his information is coming from,” said Leah Chavla, a policy adviser with the Women’s Refugee Commission, who has made nearly 15 trips to the border since 2017 and has worked with Latin American migrants.

    Trump keeps mentioning taped-up women at the border. Experts have no idea what he’s talking about.

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    “I’m not really sure where his information is coming from,” said Leah Chavla, a policy adviser with the Women’s Refugee Commission, who has made nearly 15 trips to the border since 2017 and has worked with Latin American migrants.

    President Obama Also Faced A 'Crisis' At The Southern Border

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    "They made a lot of mistakes, but eventually they got some stuff right," said Michelle Brané, who directs the Migrant Rights and Justice program at the Women's Refugee Commission.

    "They started out with sort of a deterrence approach, but realized fairly early on that this was a humanitarian situation," Brané said.

    President Obama Also Faced A 'Crisis' At The Southern Border

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    "They made a lot of mistakes, but eventually they got some stuff right," said Michelle Brané, who directs the Migrant Rights and Justice program at the Women's Refugee Commission.

    "They started out with sort of a deterrence approach, but realized fairly early on that this was a humanitarian situation," Brané said.

    Reporting abuse, activists work to end detention for pregnant migrants

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    Seven organizations, including the American Civil Liberties Union, American Immigration CouncilRefugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services, and Women's Refugee Commission, signed the complaint, which outlined general concerns and described 10 individual complaints to illustrate the issues.

    Two migrant children recently died in Border Patrol custody. There were documented warning signs

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    Leah Chavla, a policy advisor with the Women’s Refugee Commission has focused on the treatment of asylum seekers. After visiting Tijuana to observe the recent refugee caravan, she said she observed a lot of migrants with respiratory illnesses, which may stem from traveling for a long time and being exposed to weather elements, in addition to inadequate nutrition, stress and anxiety.

    “While, yes, children may get sick while migrating, I still think an independent and thorough investigation is critical in both of these cases of deaths in CBP custody,” Chavla said.

    2 migrant children died this month. But warnings were documented long before that

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    Leah Chavla, a policy advisor with the Women’s Refugee Commission has focused on the treatment of asylum seekers. After visiting Tijuana to observe the recent refugee caravan, she said she observed a lot of migrants with respiratory illnesses, which may stem from traveling for a long time and being exposed to weather elements, in addition to inadequate nutrition, stress and anxiety.

    “While, yes, children may get sick while migrating, I still think an independent and thorough investigation is critical in both of these cases of deaths in CBP custody,” Chavla said.

    After 2nd child dies in U.S. custody, Nielsen expands medical screenings, will head to border

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    Leah Chavla, a policy adviser at the Women’s Refugee Commission, said the government should hire child-welfare professionals to deal with young migrants. “Someone there who has the credentials, who knows how to work with children who have been survivors of trauma and other circumstances,” Chavla said, adding that Border Patrol agents don’t have that sort of specialized training.

    After 2nd child dies in U.S. custody, Nielsen expands medical screenings, will head to border

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    Leah Chavla, a policy adviser at the Women’s Refugee Commission, said the government should hire child-welfare professionals to deal with young migrants. “Someone there who has the credentials, who knows how to work with children who have been survivors of trauma and other circumstances,” Chavla said, adding that Border Patrol agents don’t have that sort of specialized training.

    After 2nd child dies in U.S. custody, Nielsen expands medical screenings, will head to border

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    Leah Chavla, a policy adviser at the Women’s Refugee Commission, said the government should hire child-welfare professionals to deal with young migrants. “Someone there who has the credentials, who knows how to work with children who have been survivors of trauma and other circumstances,” Chavla said, adding that Border Patrol agents don’t have that sort of specialized training.

    After 2nd child dies in U.S. custody, Nielsen expands medical screenings, will head to border

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    Leah Chavla, a policy adviser at the Women’s Refugee Commission, said the government should hire child-welfare professionals to deal with young migrants. “Someone there who has the credentials, who knows how to work with children who have been survivors of trauma and other circumstances,” Chavla said, adding that Border Patrol agents don’t have that sort of specialized training.

    ‘A Breaking Point’: Second Child’s Death Prompts New Procedures for Border Agency

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    Michelle Brané, director of migrant rights and justice at the Women’s Refugee Commission, said, “As long as C.B.P. continues to refuse people access to ports of entry and drive people into dangerous situations, children’s health is at risk.”

    House Plans Probe of Migrant Boy’s Death as Homeland Security Points Fingers

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    Michelle Brané, director of Migrant Rights and Justice at the Women's Refugee Commission, called Alonzo-Gomez’s death—and Homeland Security’s decision to blame advocacy groups for it—“tragic but unfortunately not surprising.”

    “As long as CBP continues to deny access to asylum seekers, drive people further underground, and treat people seeking safety as though they are criminals, people will die. Children are particularly vulnerable, and CBP continues to abdicate any responsibility.”

    子どもだけで米国を目指す難民、殺人や誘拐などの危険も メキシコ

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    女性難民委員会(Women’s Refugee Commission)の難民の権利と正義プログラムの責任者ミシェル・ブラネ(Michelle Brane)氏は、「この状態は、緊張と脆弱(ぜいじゃく)性を伴う時限爆弾だ」と指摘する。

    最近ティフアナを訪れたブラネ氏は、「定量」制は難民申請を待つ間、子どもたちが暴力とギャングからの勧誘にさらされるという特に危険な状況を作り出していると警告する。

    Do USA jdou s migranty i tisíce osamocených dětí. Na cestě jim hrozí znásilnění i únosy

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    „Je to časovaná bomba plná napětí a zranitelnosti,“ říká Michelle Branéová z neziskové organizace Women’s Refugee Commission. Podle ní je americký systém omezeného udělování žádostí o azyl obzvlášť nebezpečný – čekající děti se totiž stávají terčem náboru nových rekrutů místních gangů, kterým mohou snadno podlehnout.

    Migrants Seeking Asylum Must Wait in Mexico, Trump Administration Says

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    “Our concern is that this is going to endanger more lives,” said Michelle Brané, the director of migrant rights and justice at the Women’s Refugee Commission. “People who are waiting, and especially children, are really vulnerable.”