NNIRR works to defend and expand the rights of all immigrants and refugees, regardless of immigration status. As part of a global movement for social and economic justice, NNIRR is committed to human rights as essential to securing healthy, safe and peaceful lives for all.
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HURRICANE is the human rights abuse documentation initiative of the National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights. It seeks to build leadership and capacity in immigrant communities and and to systematically track, document and seek redress for human rights abuses and rights violations committed against members of immigrant communities.
An overview of the four principal Human Rights Treaties that permit complaints, along with a detailed description of the complaint process and its procedures. A link to submitting a complaint form is included.
In this book, Gene Sharp provides a conceptual framework for liberation, determining the most effective ways in which dictatorships can be successfully disintegrated. The publication is a result of many years studying dictatorships, resistance movements, revolutions, political thought, governmental systems, and especially realistic nonviolent struggle.
The goal of this book (2010) is to move beyond surface anecdotes to underlying mechanics: What are the
contextual factors we must consider when evaluating any case of
digital activism? What conceptual framework can we use to analyze the practices of digital activism? What is the value of digital
activism within our global society?
Human rights defenders are increasingly using computers and the Internet. This book (2007) is an introduction to the ever growing and complex world of electronic security.
This handbook, CD, and website, produced from a USIP grant, describes proven strategies and tactics for nonviolent political movements. Based on first hand experience in Serbia and Georgia, the resources provide easily accessible lessons and best practices to front-line practitioners engaged in struggles for freedom around the world. (2009)