Our Office/Nuestra Oficina

225 E. 26th St., South Tucson, AZ
(520) 770-1373

Mon-Thur: 1pm-5pm
Fri-Sun: CLOSED

Lunes-Juev: 1pm-5pm
Vier-Dom: CERRADO
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To report a missing migrant call (520) 770-1373 ext 2. Our hotline operates 24 hours/7 days a week in order to respond to emergency situations. If you are not calling regarding an emergency situation, please call between 8 a.m. and 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

Para reportar a un migrante desaparecido llámenos al (520) 770-1373 ext 2. Nuestra línea funciona 24 horas al día, 7 días a la semana para poder responder a situaciones de urgencia. Si no llama para reportar una situación de urgencia, favor de llamarnos entre las 8 de la mañana y 7 de la tarde de lunes a sábado.

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News and Information/Noticias e información

54 Arizona Recovered Remains/54 Restos Recuperados en Arizona

Fiscal Year October 1st, 2014 to May 31st 2015

El Año Fiscal del 1 de octubre al 31 de mayo, 2015


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Resources

in: Spanish

Derechos Humanos invites you to use and share our materials for the promotion and furtherance of human and civil rights.  We would love to hear how you or your organization is using our materials— let us know!
Derechos Humanos Newsletters:
Information and background:

Immigration Myths (PBS)
Immigration Myths
Economic Contributions of Immigration
Wall’s Impact on Border Species

Studies of Interest:

THE “FUNNEL EFFECT” & RECOVERED BODIES OF UNAUTHORIZED MIGRANTS PROCESSED
BY THE PIMA COUNTY OFFICE OF THE MEDICAL EXAMINER, 1990-2005
Binational Migration Institute

Petit Apartheid in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands: An Analysis of Community Organization Data Documenting Work force Abuses of the Undocumented
Dr. Anna Ochoa O‟Leary, Adjunct Professor, Mexican American Studies and Research Center, University of Arizona

ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION: Border-Crossing Deaths Have Doubled Since 1995; Border Patrol’s Efforts to Prevent Deaths Have Not Been Fully Evaluated
United States Government Accountability Office Report to the Honorable Bill Frist, Majority Leader, U.S. Senate, August 2006

The Myth of Immigrant Criminality and the Paradox of Assimilation: Incarceration Rates Among Native And Foreign-born Men
Immigration Policy Center, Rubén G. Rumbaut, Ph.D.and Walter A. Ewing, Ph.D.,Spring 2007

Immigrants in Arizona Provide Positive Net Fiscal Impact of $1 Billion Annually
Udall Center Update, October 2007

Immigrants in the U.S. Health Care System: Five Myths That Misinform the American Public
Center for American Progress, Meredith L. King, MPP, June 7, 2007

Economic Impact of the Mexico-Arizona Relationship
Thunderbird, the American Graduate School of International Management, 2003