NNIRR’s Resources and Reports
Documenting conditions, patterns and trends in U.S. immigration, immigration policy and human rights for immigrants and refugees.
These resources also draw out the important intersections among social justice issues: climate change and migration, racial justice, gender, global migrant rights, and more.
Climate Change, Migration & Human Rights
- Climate Change, Global Migration & Human Rights: A basic primer on climate change, global migration and implications for human rights. September 2018
- Environmental Degradation, Climate Change & Migrants Rights: A paper analyzing the impacts of climate change, and advocacy for real policy solutions from a migrant rights perspective
Global Migration Issues
- Excluded & Exploited: An NNIRR report on the regime of Trade, Managed Migration and Repression, leading to the growing criminalization and exploitation of migrant labor
- Excluded & Exploited template presentation: Accompanying presentation to Excluded & Exploited Report (see above) (PDF)
- The Interdiction of Asylum Seekers at Sea: Law and (mal)practice in Europe and Australia. This policy brief explores this evolution and critically evaluates policies and practices of deterrence at sea against the standards set by international law. It is focused on Australia and Europe. Kaldor Centre for International and Refugee Law, May 2017
Human Rights & Social Justice
- Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech, delivered at the March on Washington, August 28, 1963.
NNIRR Hurricane Reports – Human Rights Immigrant Community Action Network
These reports site trends, facts and themes documenting inhumane treatment of immigrants, violations of rights and human rights abuses and the criminalization of immigrants in the US that persist today.