University Committee on Human Rights Studies Annual Report
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Children without a State Conference Report
Please click here to read about the May 5, 2008 conference, "Children without a State: A Human Rights Challenge - Birth Registration and Irregular Migration"
Arendt’s Children: Do Today’s Migrant Children Have a Right to Have Rights?
Please click here to read this article by Jacqueline Bhabha in the Human Rights Quarterly 31 (2009) 410–451 © 2009 by The Johns Hopkins University Press.
Seeking Asylum Alone: Unaccompanied and Separated Children and Refugee Protection
The first of four reports in this comparative series funded by a grant from the MacArthur Foundation, the U.S. report describes the nature and scale of the migration of unaccompanied and separated children entering the U.S. today, drawing on government data and statements, advocates’ accounts, court proceedings, and interviews with migrant children themselves. It explores the kafkaesque complexity of an immigration system which fails to address children’s problems in a coherent and integrated way and which funnels children through an adversarial system that ignores their best interests and violates their human rights. The report calls for greater attention to this serious and unjustified protection deficit.
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