Feb 02, 2017
Class-Action Lawsuit Challenges Trump Order on Behalf of Tens of Thousands of Immigrants Living in U.S. Legally
Lawsuit Argues Trump Muslim Ban Unlawfully Targets U.S. Residents Seeking Citizenship and Immigration Status
Oct 31, 2016
Report Collects Government Spying Cases from 10 Countries
“Surveillance and Democracy” Shows Effects of Uncontrolled Spying Around the World
Issue Areas: Human Rights
Oct 07, 2016
Texas Drops Appeal in Syrian Refugee Resettlement Case
AUSTIN, Texas — Texas moved to dismiss its appeal today in its lawsuit that sought to block the federal government and a nonprofit relief organization from resettling Syrian ref...
Issue Areas: Human Rights
Oct 03, 2016
Federal Appeals Court Rejects Indiana’s Efforts to Block Syrian Refugee Resettlement
CHICAGO — A federal appeals court today affirmed a district court ruling that blocked Indiana’s effort to prevent resettlement of Syrian refugee families. The ruling from t...
Issue Areas: Human Rights
May 11, 2016
Remembering Michael Ratner
Anthony D. Romero, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union, remembers human rights lawyer and activist Michael Ratner, who passed away today: “To understand...
Mar 09, 2016
Report Shows Health Risks of Tear Gas, Rubber Bullets, Other “Nonlethal” Weapons Used by Police
GENEVA, SWITZERLAND – The International Network of Civil Liberties Organizations, which includes the American Civil Liberties Union, and Physicians for Human Rights today release...
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