The US is currently experiencing a humanitarian crisis at the border, with over 50,000 children currently apprehended, and more coming. Families, mostly unaccompanied children, are migrating from Central American and Mexico to the Mexican/US border due to extreme violence, gang related activity, and deprivation. The White House and Congress are currently reviewing options for responding […]
Bloomberg recently published an article on unaccompanied children entering the United States. The CHRC Director was featured in the article, discussing different solutions to this humanitarian crisis.
On Tuesday, Dane Placko from Fox 32 News, interviewed CHRC Director Katherine Kaufka Walts. The story on unaccompanied minors traveling to the United States aired on TV on Tuesday night. Click HERE to watch the interview.
Combatting Child Trafficking in the United States – Progress and the Road Ahead Katherine Kaufka Walts Director, Center for the Human Rights of Children, Loyola University Chicago Human trafficking affects more than 20 million men, women, and children worldwide. While much media attention is focused on human trafficking abroad, children are trafficked right […]
Welcome to the Center for the Human Rights of Children’s blog. We want to engage readers about critical issues facing children, including child trafficking and exploitation, parentless and unaccompanied children, and the impact of environmental toxins on children.