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  • Migrant Rights and Justice

    Migrant Rights & Justice

    All individuals have the right to seek asylum and protection from persecution. We develop practical solutions and tools for accessing protection and creating resilient communities, advocating for fair, accessible, and humane refugee and migrant policies and practice. 

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    “America Speaks Out: Stop Trump’s Cruel Treatment of Children at the Border”

    Testimony before Senate Democratic Policy and Communications Committee Hearing, July 23, 2019

    Michelle Brané, senior director of the Women's Refugee Commission's Migrant Rights and Justice program, testified about the unnecessarily cruel policies that have been implemented at our southern border, and the proven, effective, alternative solutions that have been ignored by the Trump administration.
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    Five Investments in Our Immigration System to Actually Address the “Crisis” at the Border

    The White House has continued to pursue misguided and illegal deterrence strategies, including seeking billions for a border wall. At the same time as the White House just cut a deal with Congress for billions of additional dollars for so-called border security, the administration has used existing funds to try to shut down our current asylum system, cut off access at ports of entry and lock up families and children. The WRC has endorsed a call for Congress to reject additional misguided spending requests and instead insist that the administration invest in legal, common sense solutions to the current humanitarian needs at the border.
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    We Must Preserve the Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act of 2008 for Unaccompanied Children

    The Trump administration has made calls to roll back or eliminate protections contained within the William Wilberforce Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act of 2008 (“TVPRA”) in a flawed and misguided attempt to deter unaccompanied children from making the journey to the United States to seek protection and to accelerate processing for those children already present in the United States.

    This backgrounder explains why this would be dangerous, and reduce protections for children seeking safety in the US.

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