via HIRC blog

On November 10th, the UN Special Rapporteur on contemporary forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance presented a report at the UN General Assembly on racial and xenophobic discrimination, emerging digital technologies, and border and immigration enforcement. This report cites our Program’s comments, submitted in May 2020, which focus on the United States’ use of social media screening in immigration determinations, and its discriminatory impact on racial, ethnic, and religious minorities.

You can read the full report by the UN Special Rapporteur here.

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Tags: Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinical Program, HIRC

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