U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s new Directive on Segregation: Why We Need Further Protections
The John Marshall Law School, February 2014
In the press:
U.S. Solitary Confinement Practices of Immigrant Detainees Deficient: International Human Rights Students, Experts at John Marshall in Chicago
From: PR Web, Feb. 5, 2014
New research from the International Human Rights Clinic at The John Marshall Law School details deficiencies in current U.S. detention practices, as well as recommends measures to ensure immigrant detainees are protected and treated humanely.
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