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Q & A About Asylum

The Portland Press Herald just released some frequently asked questions [and their corresponding answers] about asylum and addresses topics such as who is eligible for asylum, the difference between asylum seekers and refugees, and what the asylum process looks like. Click here to see the Q&A.

By | September 30th, 2014|News|0 Comments

Syrian Women and Children Need More Protection

Syria - a country at the center of the international community's focus right now. Are the millions of women and children displaced within Syria and refugees without being considered, though? IRC's new report tells the stories of many of the women and children left behind, or even with their families, who feel unprotected, harassed, and in danger. [...]

By | September 25th, 2014|News|0 Comments

October 1 Discussion and Fundraiser

Join GAIN next Wednesday, October 1, for (1) a discussion on modern-day slavery in America at the Dekalb County Courthouse, followed by (2) a dinner at Chai Pani, with 20% of the proceeds benefitting GAIN. 1. MODERN DAY SLAVERY IN AMERICA: A DISCUSSION ON HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND CHILD EXPLOITATION October 1, 2014 | 6:00 pm [...]

By | September 24th, 2014|GAIN Events|0 Comments

Better Than Borrowed: a Charity Consignment Event

Come shop and sell this Saturday, September 27 with local Atlanta vendors. All proceeds benefit GAIN. RSVP to betterthanborrowatl@gmail.com.

By | September 23rd, 2014|GAIN Events|0 Comments

Emory Public Interest Conference on the Legal Challenges in Fostering & Adopting

Emory's Public Interest Committee is hosting a conference this upcoming Saturday on the legal challenges in fostering and adopting in Georgia, with a special panel on immigration. It is a free event with free breakfast and lunch served, but registration is required. Click here to register.

By | September 22nd, 2014|GAIN Events|0 Comments

New Anti-Trafficking Law in Kenya

The Kenyan Parliament passed a new anti-trafficking law that more fully supports and protects victims of human trafficking, strengthening the prosecution of accused traffickers and paving the way for more convictions. This law promises improvements to the way trafficking is prosecuted in Kenya, which could have broad effects on trafficking in and out of the [...]

By | September 9th, 2014|News|1 Comment