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Immigration and Border Rights, United States | Migrant and Refugee Children, Refugees and Migrants

After more than three years, US President Joe Biden’s administration is slated to end the mass expulsion policy known as “Title 42.” Ari Sawyer, Vicki B. Gaubeca, and Alison Leal Parker discuss the policy that upended decades of asylum law.

US Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas speaks at a press briefing at the White House in Washington, DC on May 11, 2023.
Africa, Sudan | Arms, Attacks on Health, Crisis and Conflict, Explosive Weapons in Populated Areas, Refugees and Migrants

Fighting in Khartoum and elsewhere has put Sudan’s population at risk. In this Twitter Space, experts discuss the struggles facing Sudanese people, and the urgent need for international response to address the cyclical violence in the country.

Man stands next to building destroyed during fighting in Khartoum, Sudan
Global | Environment

In this Twitter Space, HRW and partners discuss how we can: revive forests by empowering local communities, ensure women have equal participation in natural resource management, and ground conservation in Indigenous rights. With Luciana Téllez, Richard Pearshouse, Bimbika Sijapati Basnett, and Quinn Manson Buchwald, ahead of Earth Day 2023.

Indigenous people arrive in Quito after marching for 10 days to protest new mining and water law initiatives, as well as a constitutional reform project that would have allowed for indefinite re-election of the president.
Syria | Crisis and Conflict

42,000 foreigners, most of them children, remain stranded in life-threatening conditions in Syria. Letta Tayler, Raheema Khan, and Anthony Gale discuss the plight of detained ISIS suspects and relatives in this Twitter Space.

A boy stares through a fence