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For Immediate Release:
Contact: Melanie Nathan, Executive Director, 
African Human Rights Coalition
Dated: July 15, 2020

Today African Human Rights Coalition (AHRC) submitted its strong opposition to the Department of Homeland Securi...

UNHCR is deeply concerned by a number of messages we have received in recent days from individuals outside of Kenya indicating that they have been the recipients of information concerning a small group of refugees and asylum seekers in Kakuma camp who have self-identif...

UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, called today for enhanced dialogue among refugee communities living in Kakuma to help reduce the tensions which have emerged in a specific area of the refugee camp.

In recent weeks, UNHCR has received conflicting reports from different comm...

Any activists providing funding that has served to assist refugees to leave Kakuma Camp, need to be aware that they are aiding and abetting in the commission of crime that could subject the refugee to detrimental repercussions that negatively impact chances of resettle...

June 27, 2020

African Human Rights Coalition (AHRC), hand in hand with refugees at Kakuma Camp in Kenya, had the great honor to represent African countries and refugees leading the Main Stage opening, at GLOBAL PRIDE 2020 with its VIDEO message.

Worldwide, we were all so di...

This short video message, produced by African HRC (AHRC)and written and filmed by LGBTQI refugees in Kakuma can be seen HERE now.

Please share this important message: "We all want to honor and commemorate Pride, even those LGBTQI people who are not able to do...

Dated: June 17, 2020.
Contact: Melanie Nathan, Executive Director
African Human Rights Coalition

The African Human Rights Coalition, based in Marin County, is calling for the resignation of Sheriff Robert Doyle. In light of this week...

African Human Rights Coalition is proud to join hundreds of LGBTQ organizations around the country calling for transformational change:

We need a policing system in the United States that protects people, not one that disproportionately threatens the Black community. 


June 16  marks the commemoration of National Youth Day in South Africa. This is the day the country reflects on the massacre of school children during the Soweto Uprising of 1976, when they peacefully protested the Apartheid regime's law forcing Black children to study...

LGBTQ DIGITAL PRIDE AND MIGRATION 2020 will commemorate the struggles of displaced people and LGBTQ Refugees and is scheduled this year for World Refugee Day, which is celebrated annually on June 20th.

World Refugee Day commemorates the struggles of mill...

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