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Web Links for Deportation and Detention

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Name: American Civil Liberties Union - On Immigrants
Description: The ACLU is one of the leading advocates for the rights of immigrants, refugees and non-citizens, challenging allegedly unconstitutional laws and practices, and countering the premises upon which many of the disputed laws are based. The ACLU website includes news reports on deportation and immigration on its website, as well as proposals for citizen action and links to immigration-related organizations.
Name: American Refugee Committee
Description: The American Refugee Committee (ARC) works for the survival, health, and well-being of refugees, displaced persons, and those at risk, and seeks to enable them to rebuild productive lives of dignity and purpose, striving always to respect the values of those served. ARC is an international nonprofit, nonsectarian organization that has provided multisectoral humanitarian assistance and training to millions of beneficiaries for 25 years.
Contact: archq@archq.org
Name: Amnesty International - On Refugees
Description: Amnesty International does research and advocacy for the protection and promotion of the human rights of refugees, asylum seekers, migrants and internally displaced persons. It works towards securing refugees' fundamental by exposing human rights abuses and protection failures, advocating policy and legal changes, and sometimes through taking action on individual cases or issues.
Contact: admin-us@aiusa.org
Name: Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services
Description: Formerly the INS, the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services is the portal through which all legal immigrants to the United States pass, and through which the unlucky deportees travel as they depart. Its website is currently under major construction, but still provides information about various administrative and management functions and responsibilities within Bureau, now part of the Department of Homeland Security.
Name: Children Out of Detention
Description: Children Out Of Detention (ChilOut.org.uk) is a group of concerned people opposed to the detention of children seeking asylum from persecution. The group maintains that children who are seeking asylum should be able to live, without interference, in local communities. Immigration detention in any form will never be in the best interests of children allegedly breaches the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Contact: info@chilout.org.uk
Name: European Council on Refugees and Exiles (ECRE)
Description: The European Council on Refugees & Exiles (ECRE) is a pan-European network of 67 non-governmental agencies in 25 countries assisting refugees. ECRE is concerned with the needs of all individuals who seek refuge and protection within Europe. It aims to promote the protection and integration of refugees in Europe based on the values of human dignity, human rights, and an ethic of solidarity.
Contact: support@ecre.org
Name: European Research Center of Migration and Ethnic Relations (ERCOMER)
Description: ERCOMER is a European research centre with a strong interest in comparative research in the fields of international migration, ethnic relations, racism and ethnic conflict within the European context. ERCOMER IS based at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Utrecht University, the Netherlands. ERCOMER's core activities are all related to the furthering and dissemination of comparative research in the fields of international migration, ethnic relations, racism and ethnic conflict. Research at ERCOMER is largely, but not exclusively, centered on Europe.
Contact: ERCOMERsecr@fss.uu.nl
Name: Forced Migration Projects
Description: The Forced Migration Projects are action-oriented programs that monitor circumstances in the 15 countries that emerged or re-emerged after the dissolution of the Soviet Union, in order to warn of forced movements and identify conditions that may cause such dislocations, including armed conflict, human rights violations, economic underdevelopment, environmental degradation, and other failures of governance.  The Forced Migration Projects seek to encourage early humanitarian responses to migration emergencies, advocate humane treatment and protection of the rights of those unable to return, and promote measures aimed at averting people's need to flee.
Contact: ahelton@cfr.org
Name: Forced Migration Review
Description: Forced Migration Review is the in-house journal of the Refugee Studies Centre, University of Oxford. Forced Migration Review is a 48-page magazine published three times a year in English, Spanish and Arabic
Contact: fmr@qeh.ox.ac.uk
Name: Global IDP Project
Description: None of the officers has published an e-mail address, but there is an internet e-mail link from the "contact us" page where users may post comments or questions to be reviewed by the staff.
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