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  • Detention

    The dangers of co-mingling prisons, detention centers and politics

    In addition to prisons, in 2014 the U.S. government massively expanded its detention centers for immigrant families. According to reports from the Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service (LIRS) and Women’s Refugee Commission (WRC), between October 2014 and September 2015, the U.S. government apprehended 68,334 children accompanied by a parent at the southwest border — a 361 percent increase since the previous year. Keep in mind that more than half of all the children who entered into family detention facilities in that time were six years old or younger.

    We went to a border detention center for children. What we saw was awful

    The government has sought to use children in Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) facilities as bait to arrest and deport the family members who come forward to care for them, according to a report by advocacy groups The Women's Refugee Commission and the National Immigrant Justice Center.

    We went to a border detention center for children. What we saw was awful

    The government has sought to use children in Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) facilities as bait to arrest and deport the family members who come forward to care for them, according to a report by advocacy groups The Women's Refugee Commission and the National Immigrant Justice Center.

    6 Ways To Help Immigrant Children In Detention Centers Right Now

    It's easy to feel helpless when reading news such as this and you may feel like there's nothing you can do, but there is. As the Women's Refugee Commission pointed out, there are plenty of ways to help immigrant children in these detention facilities and some are more simple than you might think.

    We went to a border detention center for children. What we saw was awful.

    But that ask glosses over the fact that more children are in immigration custody because over the last several years the government has slowed down the rate at which children are reunified with their families. The government has sought to use children in Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) facilities as bait to arrest and deport the family members who come forward to care for them, according to a report by advocacy groups The Women's Refugee Commission and the National Immigrant Justice Center.

    Newly Released Documents and Personal Testimonies Provide Evidence of Systematic Family Separations a Year After the End of Zero-Tolerance Policy

    WASHINGTON, DC —Newly obtained documents from the Department of Health and Human Services released today by immigrant rights groups and the Houston Chronicle show that migrant children continued to be separated from their parents at the border nearly one year after the end of the “zero tolerance” policy.

    Women’s Refugee Commission Responds to Office of Inspector General (OIG) Report on Poor Detention Conditions at Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Facilities

    Washington, DC -- This week, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Office of Inspector General (OIG) released findings based on the investigation of five Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention centers throughout the United States. The report documents that the OIG inspections “raised concerns about the treatment and care of ICE detainees at four facilities...Overall, the problems we identified undermine the protection of detainees’ rights, their humane treatment, and the provision of a safe and healthy environment.”

    Our Detention System Is Broken.

    This blog was cross-posted from Medium.

    “…I know I lost all my rights when I arrived to this country. … It does not seem right to me that, knowing if a person is returned, she will be killed, that the U.S. returns the person anyway.” Rosa, Detained in El Paso

    It does not seem right to us at the Women’s Refugee Commission (WRC) either. The United States should be a country where rights are protected, not taken away.

    Reproductive rights supporters protest decision barring undocumented teen from getting abortion

    “Justicia para Jane! Whose bodies? Our bodies!” chanted a group of about 30 protesters in front of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services building Friday morning. The protesters, made up of mostly Planned Parenthood and NARAL Pro-Choice America organizers and staff, were speaking out against the Trump administration’s decision to bar an undocumented teenager from getting an abortion for her unwanted pregnancy. The young woman, identified as Jane Doe in court, was detained after crossing the southern U.S. border in Texas.

    Undocumented Minors Who Suffered Rape May Be Denied Abortions In Government Custody

    Many undocumented immigrant girls seeking safety in the United States are raped during their journeys. Once they arrive, they are put in custody of a government that is now obstructing access to abortion.

    Trump Administration Stops Underage, Undocumented Immigrants from Getting Abortions

    The Trump administration has taken steps to prevent underage, undocumented immigrants from getting abortions.

    Trump official halts abortions among undocumented, pregnant teens

    The policy marks a departure from the Obama administration, when an undocumented teen’s request was not reviewed unless she sought federal funds.

    Smith, Jayapal Call For Immigration Detention System Reforms

    The Dignity for Detained Immigrants Act would increase protections for immigrants jailed in private facilities.

    Trump Wants to Make It Easier to Detain and Deport Unaccompanied Central American Children

    The White House insists on overhauling how children at the border are treated as part of any deal that protect Dreamers.

    Pregnant Immigrants Say They’ve Been Denied Medical Care in Detention Centers

    A complaint alleges ICE is violating its own guidelines for the treatment of pregnant asylum-seekers.

    ICE Detained a Pregnant Rape Survivor for Six Months, Records Show

    ICE has detained 525 pregnant women since last October, which advocates call part of a troubling trend under Trump.

    Immigrants in U.S. Seeking Safe Haven Worry Trump May Send Them Back

    Thousands of Salvadorans, Haitians and others now sheltered in the United States from danger in their home countries might have to leave under a crackdown the Trump administration is weighing on a program that critics slam as "back-door" immigration.

    Prison for Survivors

    This blog was cross-posted from Medium.

    Earlier this year, a woman named Clara arrived at the United States border seeking protection from gender-based harm she faced in West Africa. She had endured an arduous journey trying to reach the U.S. border, where officials registered her claim for asylum. Rather than release her to pursue her case, however, officials sent Clara into the vast network of immigration detention facilities across the U.S. Since arriving in this country, she has been treated like a criminal, shackled and transferred multiple times between different detention facilities, awaiting a final decision on her request for protection that will determine her fate.

    Cada vez hay más mujeres detenidas por ICE en un contexto hecho para hombres

    La cantidad de mujeres y niñas en centros de detención migratoria de los Estados Unidos ha aumentado exponencialmente en los últimos años, pero los centros de detención están ideados y manejados para hombres, indicaron abogados de derechos humanos.

    Denuncian maltrato a mujeres embarazadas en centros de detención para inmigrantes

    Los testimonios de diez embarazadas se incluyen en una queja presentada ante el Departamento de Seguridad Nacional (DHS) que alega que han sido víctimas de detenciones indebidas y falta de atención médica en cárceles ICE.