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The latest updates on our international and domestic human rights response, policy, and research.

December 20, 2022

UUSC President Responds to Delay in Title 42 Termination

November 17, 2022

UUSC Statement on the Candidacy of Rev. Dr. Sofía Betancourt for UUA President

November 16, 2022

UUSC Applauds Court Ruling Against Title 42

November 16, 2022

Human Rights Onslaught In Honduras: The War Against Peasant Farmers’ Lives and Land Must End

November 10, 2022

UUSC Demands Bold Climate Action at COP27

World needs to cut its fossil fuel emissions nearly in half by 2030; earth is losing ‘the fight of our lives,’ U.N. leader warns. Leading humanitarian group calls for drastic measures to address climate crisis.

November 3, 2022

UUSC Issues Voter Guide to Promote Human Rights at the Ballot Box

Leading human rights advocate puts migrant, climate, and international justice front and center in Nov. 8 midterms

October 10, 2022

Federal Court Again Puts DACA Youths’ Futures in Danger

UUSC urges Congress to take immediate action to create a path to citizenship.

August 4, 2022

UUSC issues five-point plan for U.S. action on Burma

Burmese-American activist cites need for urgent action in the face of mounting atrocities

July 22, 2022

UUSC Applauds International Court of Justice’s Ruling Against Burma

Judgment is a step towards greater accountability for the Burmese military

June 30, 2022

Court Decision Could Finally End “Remain in Mexico”

UUSC Vice President describes Supreme Court ruling in Biden v. Texas as an important step forward but an incomplete protection of human rights.