Stories from Immigrant Survivors of Gender-Based Violence: The Impact of Work Authorization (November 2023)
Stories from Immigrant Survivors of Gender-Based Violence: The Impact of Work Authorization captures stories and data critical to understanding how the U.S.’s immigration system and civil justice system work today. The report also provides recommendations to federal, state, and city policymakers for how to reform these systems so that the greatest number of immigrant women can obtain and preserve the best possible immigration status through a process that prioritizes their safety and dignity.
Towards Justice for Parents in Child Support Courts (March 2021)
Towards Justice for Parents in Child Support Courts includes original data about the experience of litigants in New York City child support proceedings. Based on a 2-year court watching project in which 89 trained volunteers observed 797 child support case appearances in New York Family Courts, this report proposes recommendations to improve the system’s delivery of individualized justice that is fair in both process and outcome.