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Global Human Rights Clinic

2018

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Defending Dissent: Towards State Practices That Protect And Promote The Right To Protest - Executive Summary, University Of Chicago Law School - Global Human Rights Clinic, International Network Of Civil Liberties Organizations Jan 2018

Defending Dissent: Towards State Practices That Protect And Promote The Right To Protest - Executive Summary, University Of Chicago Law School - Global Human Rights Clinic, International Network Of Civil Liberties Organizations

Global Human Rights Clinic

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Defending Dissent: Towards State Practices That Protect And Promote The Right To Protest, University Of Chicago Law School - Global Human Rights Clinic, International Network Of Civil Liberties Organizations Jan 2018

Defending Dissent: Towards State Practices That Protect And Promote The Right To Protest, University Of Chicago Law School - Global Human Rights Clinic, International Network Of Civil Liberties Organizations

Global Human Rights Clinic

No abstract provided.


Neglect And Abuse Of Unaccompanied Immigrant Children By U.S. Customs And Border Protection, University Of Chicago Law School - Global Human Rights Clinic Jan 2018

Neglect And Abuse Of Unaccompanied Immigrant Children By U.S. Customs And Border Protection, University Of Chicago Law School - Global Human Rights Clinic

Global Human Rights Clinic

According to the U.S. government, tens of thousands of Central American and Mexican children travel alone to the United States every year to escape violence and poverty in their home countries. U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), a sub-agency of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), detains many of these children when they arrive at U.S. ports of entry or cross the U.S. border. While in CBP custody, immigrant children have reported physical and psychological abuse, unsanitary and inhumane living conditions, isolation from family members, extended periods of detention, and denial of access to legal and medical services.

In 2014, …