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Factsheet | February 27, 2014
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The international LGBT community has watched in horror as Russia’s brand of discriminatory propaganda legislation has taken root outside its borders. The flagship piece of that legislation, the...
Letter | February 26, 2014
Download February 25, 2014   Dear Senator: We write to you as current and former professional interrogators, interviewers, and intelligence officials regarding the Senate Select...
Testimony | February 26, 2014
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Testimony of Lori Adams, Managing Attorney, Human Rights First at the New York City Council Committee on Immigration Oversight Hearing: Examining Models for Providing Legal Services...
Testimony | February 11, 2014
Testimony of Human Rights First's Eleanor Acer On "Asylum Fraud: Abusing America's Compassion?" Submitted to the House Judiciary Committee, Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration and...
Factsheet | February 10, 2014
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Some of the key measures that the USCIS Asylum Division uses to prevent abuse of the asylum system include: Mandatory Biographical Checks (Checks Using the Applicant’s Name, Date of Birth, and...
Factsheet | February 10, 2014
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Nearly three years since the onset of violence in Syria, more than 2.4 million Syrians have fled to neighboring countries, many with little hope of returning in the near future. How the United States...
Opinions | February 05, 2014
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By C. Dixon Osburn, Human Rights First This week marks five years since President Obama's executive order to close the detention center at Guantanamo Bay. Signed on his second day in office, the...
Opinions | February 04, 2014
By Adam Jacobson, Human Rights First Last week, John Rizzo told an audience at Fordham Law School that he supports the public release of a Senate report on CIA interrogation and detention after 9/...

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