Civil liberties are human rights

UUSC upholds individual freedoms in the United States and abroad. In collaboration with diverse coalitions, UUSC works to stop violations of civil liberties — like racial and religious profiling, torture, and more. Most recently, UUSC has focused on protecting the rights of asylum seekers and refugees, including torture survivors, in the U.S. immigration process.

From UUSC
International human rights watchdog the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC) and its legal partner in Texas are reporting an attempted...
As a human rights lawyer and a mother of a toddler, I was personally struck by what I saw on my visit to Karnes detention center in Karnes City,...
From UUSC
Jail is no place for children. Yet hundreds of refugee children and their mothers are currently being imprisoned in for-profit detention camps, which...

Refugee children and their mothers are currently being imprisoned in for-profit detention camps in the Southwestern United States. Join us in...

From UUSC
UUSC President Bill Schulz remarked on the news that the Supreme Court will address whether marriage discrimination on a state-by-state basis is...

Torture does not respect the law and, thanks to its ineffectiveness, does not provide a public service. Sign the petition asking Brigham Young...

From UUSC
Responding to this morning's release by the Senate Select Committee of its CIA torture report summary, the CEO of international human rights agency...
From UUSC
The head of international human rights agency the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC) this morning decried the Department of State's...
Let Senator Dianne Feinstein know that you support her brave leadership, and urge her not to stop until this report sees the light of day.

Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), chair...

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