Groups that fight for human, civil and migrant rights

Introduction

Several groups fight for human rights. These groups advocate for rights that include human rights, civil rights, and migrant rights. These groups are many and are scattered all around the nation.

Below are some of them

The Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights

The group leads the pack in California in advocating for immigrant families and individuals. The group acts as a representative following the realization of participation of free mobility in human rights involvement in democracy. Their primary goal is to make the society a better place for all, even for immigrants. Read more: Michael Larcey | Twitter

Their motive is to build power and change the public opinion while changing policy for immigrant, full civil and human rights. The group was established in 1986 by the act of Immigration Reform and control act was implemented.

The law prohibited and made it illegal for anyone to hire undocumented workers. The law was seen as a recipe to continue infringing and abusing workers, mostly the immigrants.

Amazon Watch

Amazon Watch operates in the Amazon basin as it located in San Francisco. Working hand in hand with the indigenous groups and environment organization towards the advancement of indigenous’ people rights.

ACLU Immigrants’ Rights Project

The project is committed to protecting the human rights and civil rights of immigrants. The move is made possible through outreach, advocacy, and litigation. Also, the project carries on the largest litigation program in the country through district courts and Supreme Court.

The main aim of the project is making immigrants aware of their human rights. Jim and Mike are worried about achieving equal justice for all and implementation for the guarantees of the Constitution. The result of the project is challenging the legality and humanity of laws that tend to infringe immigrants the rights to the judicial functions.

The Advocates for Human Rights

The advocates are front line to promote human rights in the world. They are representative of the progressive change both at the regional and at the global level.

They get support from partners, staff and partners to execute international standards of human rights while augmenting the law. They have been in existence for 30 years fighting for human rights and changing lives immigrants, women and children tremendously.

Lacey & Larkin Fund

The two co-founded the New Times Phoenix magazine. They are committed to funding institutions and organizations that fight for migrant rights around the Arizona region.

The two agreed to spend $3.75 million acquired from their settlement by the police to fund their project. They were arrested against the law in the middle of the night after publishing a story about the police.

Learn more about Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey:
http://www.laceyandlarkinfronterafund.org/about-lacey-larkin-frontera-fund/michael-lacey/