Organizations Advocating for Human, Civil and Migrant Rights of Individuals

There are several rights group all over the world established to advocate for civil, human and migrant rights of individuals. These groups have worked hard to ensure relevant authorities are held accountable whenever they violate the rights of citizens or refugees. There are numerous organizations in the United States fighting for migrant rights in different states. Read more: Michael Larcey | Crunchbase

The Advocates for Human Rights

This group was founded in 1984 with the aim of advocating for human rights and promoting civil societies. The organization has involved various stakeholders including researchers, advocacy and education professionals to build wider coverage in the U.S. and other selected international communities. Learn more about Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey: and

The main objective of The Advocates for Human Rights is for people to live in a world where dignity, equality, freedom, peace and justice are observed.

The organization has been seeking to eliminate violence against women all over the world and also promoting for the rights of refugees and immigrants. They also ensure policies and regulations governing these communities are humane. It is the responsibility of this organization to ensure immigrants detained have access to representation.

This group has been fighting for abolishing death penalty in the U.S. and other parts of the world. It has documented rights abuses as well as advocating against practices and laws discriminating against less privileged, especially women, minorities, ethnic and racial, marginalized communities and LGBTI persons.

The Arizona Coalition for Migrant Rights (ACMR)

This is a coalition of various groups advocating for refugee, migrant, religious, human and civil rights of communities in Arizona. They advocate for humane laws and regulations to govern migrant communities in Arizona. It also educates local communities the importance of supporting migrants’ reforms and social change. ACMR helps local rights organizations through a number of initiatives like capacity building and training.

Migrants Rights International (MRI)

MRI’s goal is to advocate for human rights of human rights of persons are observed all over the world. The group’s key responsibility is to fight against violence and restrictive government policies against migrant communities. The organization has been on the frontline to ensure migrant rights are a priority in major global conferences.

Larkin & Lacey Frontera Fund

Larkin & Lacey Frontera Fund was established in 2013 by Phoenix New Times’ executives Jim and Michael. The fund was created in order to support organizations advocating for migrant rights in the state of Arizona.

The two executives had been forcibly arrested and jailed by Maricopa County’s Sheriff, Joe Arpaio, and after a long court battle that lasted for years, Lacey & Larkin were awarded a settlement of 3.75 million their illegal arrest.

Larkin and Lacey decided to create Larkin & Lacey Frontera Fund to help individuals whose rights are violated by authorities in Arizona.

Securus Technologies Keeping Pressure on Fugitives

If my team of officers is called in to hunt a dangerous fugitive, we put everything we have into that effort to make sure the residents of this city remain safe. We had a very troubling case on our hands this week, as a dangerous fugitive had already stabbed a couple he was robbing was still committing violent crimes. When we have a case where the fugitive has nothing to lose, we then utilize any resource possible to bring the case to a close.


The trouble we had right out of the gate was that no one was willing to step forward and help us with information. We drew a blank from friends, family, and even associates. This guy was so hated, his name struck fear into those who were actually working against him. If I have learned one thing in all my years of law enforcement, these guys have no honor and would turn on each other on a dime if possible.


In our local prison, Securus Technologies placed their new inmate call monitoring system, capable of listening to all calls and picking up unique chatter between inmates and the outside world. Instead of hoping one of the inmates would come forward with information that could crack this case, we decided to just let our presence in the jail do the work for us. These inmates knew immediately why my team was there, and they responded exactly like we hoped.


The Securus Technologies monitoring system is already helping officers in 2,600 jails around the country, and it was about to help us too. One inmate was on the phones in a panic telling his family that they needed to get the money owed from our suspect before the fugitive team took him down. We simply did surveillance on that family and when they tried to reach our fugitive, we took him down.