The Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA)
The Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA) was founded in the year 1986 with the sole purpose being to fight for the rights of immigrants who relocate to California.
The coalition is a global leader which is encompassed of diverse immigrant individuals and families whose main function is to act as compatriots of social change as a mean of promoting mobility, participatory democracy, and full human rights.
CHIRLA’s main role is to organize and serve various individuals, coalitions, and institutions to transform public opinion, build power and change policies with the sole purpose being to achieve civil, labor, and full human rights that brings comfortability and inclusiveness under one roof.
CHIRLA is guided by three pillars namely vision, love, and power. The organization embraces social change as a way of promoting inclusivity among different individuals from different walks of life.
The Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA) was founded to counter the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) of 1986. This act made it illegal for the USA employers to hire undocumented immigrants.
The outcome of this act was the creation of an exploitation platform that enabled employers to exploit and abuse illegal immigrants who had no legal documents to make them work and reside in the USA.
The primary agenda for the coalition is to create an inclusive platform where immigrants can freely move from one location to another in search of a job without being victimized or exploited.
Lacey & Larkin Frontera Fund
The Lacey and Larkin Frontera Fund was founded by two reporters namely Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin after they were paid $3.75 million for wrongful arrest and detention after covering a story that did not bind well with a local sheriff.
The organization was formed with the sole purpose being to fight for the rights of immigrants in the state of Arizona.
The two journalists sued the county sheriff after it emerged that the county had failed to recognize their first amendment rights and instead fought against it. They successfully won the case and the money received from the lawsuit was used to form the Lacey and Larkin Frontera Fund.
The Advocates for Human Rights
The Advocates for Human Rights is an independent, nonpartisan, and not-for-profit organization that was founded in the year 1983. For more than three decades in the industry, the organization has largely changed the lives of many refugees, women, immigrants, religious and ethnic minorities, as well as the marginalized communities.
In order for the organization to protect the marginalized and prone individuals, it conducts an extensive investigation and exposes any human right violation.
Apart from this, the organization also represents asylum seeking individuals, engage the public in matters concerning governance, promote policymaking, and most importantly, push for legal redress and reform in instances of perceived violations.
As an organization that has been on the forefront in fighting for the rights of the marginalized and minority individuals, The Advocates for Human Rights organization creates a comprehensive and extremely holistic environment that promotes change from a local and international scale.
When it comes to funding and support, the organization relies on financial support from volunteers and their partners.
The volunteers and partners implement the international human rights to address discrimination and promote the reinforcement of the rule of law.