Articles and analyses from “frontline leaders and organizers with direct experience, both in theory and practice, of migrant human rights.”
Finds that U.S. asylum deterrence policies engender conditions that cause gender-based violence to proliferate at the U.S. southern border.
Migrant women stranded in Mexico suffer untreated symptoms of psychological stress.
Newly obtained documents point to the DHS Inspector-General suppressing, delaying, and watering down information about serious sexual harassment and domestic abuse patterns within the Department’s law enforcement agencies, including CBP and ICE.
Outlines 10 ways in which U.S. and Mexican migration policies are doing harm to women.