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International Women’s Day: Recognizing Female Asylum Seekers’ Challenges

03/08/2012

The barriers facing women who seek asylum in the US for gender-specific threats are truly remarkable. On International Women’s Day, it is important to remember that persecution and torture are horrific, no matter the gender of the victim, the classification of the particular social group, or the role of the state as a perpetrator.

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Marching for Immigration Justice in Cincinnati

03/07/2012

Last week when PHR's Mike Corradini spoke at the “March Forth for Justice” conference on immigration, he was reminded that for many Americans, the problems plaguing our immigration system seem too remote to pay much attention to. In this blog post, he shares why everyone should care about immigration reform.

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For One Immigrant, Erroneous Deportation Was a Death Sentence

03/05/2012

Nelson Avila-Lopez had never been convicted of a crime when he burned to death in Honduras’ Comayagua prison last month. Nelson was erroneously deported after a “communications breakdown.”

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Supreme Court to Hear Case Determining Corporate Accountability for Human Rights Violations

02/27/2012

Tomorrow, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum, a case that will decide whether corporations are liable for human rights violations under the Alien Tort Statute (ATS).

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Conference Highlights Importance of Forensic Evidence to Asylum Seekers

02/21/2012

Approximately 200 people from around the world gathered in Washington, DC on February 15-16 to participate in the “Forensic Evidence in the Fight Against Torture” conference. Participants, including PHR staff, shared experiences, challenges, emerging developments, and best practices from around the world.

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