CAMBIO's members include American Civil Liberties Union, the ACLU Regional Center for Border Rights, the Border Network for Human Rights, Detention Watch Network, National Day Laborer Organizing Network, National Domestic Workers Alliance, the National Guest Worker Alliance, the National Immigration Law Center, Rights Working Group, Southern Border Communities Coalition, Immigrant Justice Network, Northern Borders Coalition.
What does DWN stand for?
DWN stands for Detention Watch Network (Washington, DC)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Two Texas detention centers are among the 10 worst in the country for human rights violations, according to a series of reports released Thursday by Detention Watch Network, a national group advocating reform of the US immigration and deportation system.
According to the Detention Watch Network, the detention of immigrants is the fastest-growing prison industry in the United States.
These disparities, as illustrated by the following excerpt from a Detention Watch Network newsletter, can dramatically affect the experiences of individual refugees:
Compiled by Detention Watch Network, the National Immigrant Justice Center and the Midwest Coalition for Human Rights, the report notes that ICE leadership "has continued to demonstrate a strong commitment to achieving systemic change within the next three to five years.