Data show that migrant children in the Office of Refugee Resettlement’s system of contractor-run emergency shelters suffered severe mental health challenges.
An exploration by the secondary trauma suffered by people working with threatened migrants during the Trump administration.
An investigation of 17 adults and 9 children who had been separated in CBP custody finds “pervasive symptoms and behaviors consistent with trauma.”
Health investigators find that “Remain in Mexico” subjects “children and families to crowded, unsanitary, insecure conditions with inadequate protection from infectious diseases.”
A documentation of the effects that U.S. asylum restriction policies are having on migrants’ physical and mental health, based on 480 interviews and testimonies with migrants and asylum seekers.