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    Why Is the U.S. Not Doing More to Help Syrian Refugees?

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    "The U.S. could and should be doing more. The silence of the White House on this is unacceptable," said Michelle Brané of the Women's Refugee Commission.

    Are Male Detainees Treated Differently Than Women?

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    In February, a U.S. District Court Judge ruled that jailing the mothers as a deterrent to future migrants was “likely unlawful” and ordered the government to stop.

    Judge orders release of immigrant families within 60 days

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    “The Court gave Immigration and Customs Service 60 days to end the immoral detention of children and we see no reason why the Administration should not act immediately,” said Michelle Brané, director of the Women’s Refugee Commission’s Migrant Rights and Justice Program.

    Working towards better health in humanitarian crises

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    World Humanitarian Day (August 19) "should also be a day to remember the populations living in crises. A Global Evaluation launched last week by the Inter-Agency Working Group (IAWG) on Reproductive Health in Crises, found that only 43% of the funds requested for reproductive health to served displaced communities had been filled. (IAWG is a group of 18 international organisations including the Women's Refugee Commission.) 

    Women lack access to safe abortions in humanitarian crises

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    Efforts to provide safe abortions in countries hit by conflict or disasters are being held back by a lack of information and funding.

    Family Detention -- It’s Time to Do the Right Thing

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    A court ruling is the latest blow to the controversial practice of detaining families seeking asylum. Now it’s up to the Obama administration to do the right thing.

    Migrant Mothers Lodge Formal Complaint Over Lack Of Medical Care In Family Detention Centers

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    Ten organizations, including the Women's Refugee Commission, sued the government, protesting that while detained by DHS, mothers and their children received substandard medical care and suffered severely.

    Women, Peace and Security Agenda Still Hitting Glass Ceiling

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    "The key challenges in protecting women and children in emergencies, and ensuring women are able to participate in these processes, is not related to knowing what needs to happen. We need a commitment to do it, said Marcy Hersh of the Women's Refugee Commission.

    Mother who fled Honduras 'to escape abuse, mistreatment' says 'it's the same' in U.S.

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    Organizations including the Women's Refugee Commission note regular failures of DHS to provide adequate medical care for asylum seeking mothers and children in family detention facilities, and they add to the already ample evidence demonstrating why family detention must end.

    Why is the Obama administration still fighting to keep immigrant families behind bars?

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    U.S. family detention, nearly ended in 2009 and revived in 2014, "has been marked by failure after failure." Last week, a judge ruled that the practice still violates the government's own rules about how to treat children humanely.

    Border Patrol Deported 93% of Unaccompanied Mexican Children under 14 without Legal Hearings

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    "The vast majority unaccompanied minors are not getting a chance to show they fear persecution if they’re returned to their home countries"--a legal requirement under U.S. and international law.

    US border patrol violated agency rules in deporting thousands of children

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    The part that’s illegal is that the government has not been adequately screening these children according to the law, according to Jennifer Podkul, senior program officer for the Migrant Rights and Justice Program.

    Pregnant border crossers being detained more, longer

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    As ICE detains more pregnant women, costs are accruing for the women, their unborn children, and for taxpayers. “There’s a whole spectrum of alternatives to detention for individuals like this,” says Katharina Obser of the WRC.

    U.S. Policy Change May Enable Speedy Release of Detained Immigrant Families

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    DHS acknowledges the flaws in family detention but still envisions a system where women and children are incarcerated.

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    Critics Say Amenities Don't Make Up For Psychological Damage Done At Family Immigrant Detention Centers

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    Children become further traumatized in family detention centers, as their parents are unable to give them a sense of safety. 

    William Hague’s summit against warzone rape seen as ‘costly failure’

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    "For an initiative that used such lofty language, I struggle to see what the initiative has tangibly created, other than recognition, acknowledgement and sympathy for the issue." Marcy Hersh, senior advocacy officer, comments on the lack of progress a year after a global summit to end sexual violence in conflicts. 

    Cooking Dinner, Risking Rape

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    For refugee women, cooking dinner can be an all-day affair – and a dangerous one. Almost 10 years ago, the Women's Refugee Commission (WRC) put the issue of Safe Access to Fuel and Energy (SAFE) on the humanitarian agenda. Today, the WRC was recognized for its ground-breaking work with a Green Star Award.

    The U.S. Must Help Migrants Seeking Asylum

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    Enhanced border security is no way to treat refugees. In fact, it’s contrary to American values.

    Immigrant Families, in a Broken Detention System

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    Women and children fleeing violence have a legal right to apply for asylum in the United States, and should not be detained. Furthermore, the administration’s claim that its only other option is to separate children, including babies, from their mothers is cowardly and immoral.

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    Family Detention Can't Be Fixed - It Must End

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    The WRC recently made a trip to to the new detention facilities in Dilley, Texas, and spoke with dozens of migrant families there. More than ever, it was clear that family detention is an inhumane, and financially wasteful policy. 

    tags: Detention