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Immigration, Refugee, Internally Displaced Persons & Asylum Seekers

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  1. Organizations, Government Agencies & Educational Institutions
    1. National Organizations
      1. ACLU Immigration Rights Project
      2. American Immigration Law Foundation
      3. Brookings Institution (Project on Internal Displacement)
      4. Capital Area Immigrants' Rights Coalition
      5. Catholic Charities Legal Services of Miami
      6. Catholic Legal Immigration Network
      7. Center for Immigration Studies
      8. Fair Immigration Reform Movement
      9. Florida Immigrant Advocacy Center
      10. Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees
      11. Human Rights First
      12. Immigrant Legal Resource Center
      13. Immigrant Voting Project
      14. Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Studies
      15. Migration Policy Institute
      16. Minnesota Advocates for Human Rights Refugee and Asylum Project
      17. National Immigration Forum
      18. National Immigration Law Center
      19. National Immigration Project of the National Lawyer's Guild
      20. National Network for Immigration and Refugee Rights
      21. Northwest Immigrants' Rights Project
      22. Southern Poverty Law Center
      23. Women's Commission for Refugee Women and Children
      24. U.S. Committee for Refugee and Immigrants
    2. International Organizations
      1. Amnesty International Refugee Program
      2. BADIL-Resource Center for Palestinian Residency and Refugee Rights
      3. Church World Service
      4. Danish Refugee Council
      5. European council on Refugee and Exiles
      6. EU Networks on Integration of Refugees
      7. Global IDP Project
      8. Human Rights Watch Refugee Program
      9. Independent Race and Refugee News Network
      10. International Association of Refugee Law Judges
      11. International Centre for Migration Policy Development
      12. International Organization for Migration
      13. International Rescue Committee
      14. Jesuit Refugee Committee
      15. Lesbian and Gay Immigration Rights Task Force
      16. Refugees International
      17. Refugee Law Project
      18. Scottish Refugee Council
      19. Southern African Migration Project
      20. United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
    3. Government Agencies
      1. U.S. Department of Homeland Security
      2. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
      3. U.S. Department of State
      4. U.S. Department of Justice, Executive Office of Immigration Review
    4. Education Institutions and Centers
      1. Center for Gender and Refugee Studies (University of California, Hastings)
      2. Center for International and European Law on Immigration and Asylum (University of Konstanz, Germany)
      3. Centre for Migration Law (University of Nijmegen, Netherlands)
      4. Refugee and Asylum Law Program (University of Michigan)
      5. Refugee Studies Center (University of Oxford)
  2. Background Information & Resources
    1. Reference Materials
      1. ASIL Guide to Electronic Resources for International Law
      2. Bibliography Resource Materials on Refugee & Immigrant Issues
      3. CALS Asylum Case Research Guide, Georgetown University
      4. Concise Guide to Human Rights on the Internet (Derechos)
      5. Guide to Country Research for Refugee Status Determination
      6. Guide to International Refugee Law Resources on the Web
      7. Immigration Law Research Guide, Georgetown University
      8. International Refugee Law: A Brief Bibliography
      9. Research Guide for International Human Rights Lawyers, The Center for Human Rights Law
      10. Research Guide to Aliens and the Law, Washington University, St. Louis
      11. Human Rights Library, University of Minnesota
      12. Virtual Law Library (U.S. Department of Justice, Executive Office of Immigration Review
    2. Treaties, Conventions, International Agreements, and other Relevant Resources
      1. Nationality, Statelessness, Asylum, and Refugees--Collection of Treaties, Conventions, and Agreements
      2. International Human Rights Instruments, Office of the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights
      3. International Court of Justice
      4. U.S. Department of State Human Rights Reports Fix