Border Network for Human Rights

We are not the problem, we are part of the solution…

Border Network for Human Rights Fundraising Campaign

This will be the 15th Year Anniversary of the Border Network for Human Rights and the 65th of the UN Declaration of Human Rights. Please help contribute at least $15 or $65 and help in the advancement and promotion of Human and Constitutional Rights throughout the USA! Donate via Crowdrise

About the BNHR

The Border Network for Human Rights, founded in 1998, is one of the leading human rights advocacy and immigration reform organizations located at the U.S./Mexico Border. BNHR has over 7,000 members in West Texas and Southern New Mexico.



Press Conference at Border Fence and El Paso Film Premier of “Who is Dayani Cristal?”

February 2nd, 2014. El Paso, TX/ Southern New Mexico.
It has been 15 years since the Border Network for Human Rights (BNHR) began its struggle to ensure respect for human and civil rights of border residents and to warn about the humanitarian crisis of migrants dying while crossing the borderlands.

While it’s true that each year less and less migrants are attempting to cross the border illegally, it is also a very concerning fact that the rate of migrant deaths remains still. In the past 10 years alone, some 2,000 migrants -men, women, and children have died while attempting to reunite with family members. We cannot longer ignore that human lives are being lost every year due to the harsh and inhumane border policies that are not working and continue to kill people.

In an attempt to raise awareness, BNHR will be featuring the El Paso Premier Documentary of the film/documentary “Who is Dayani Cristal?” which in some way helps us understand the plight and challenges that hundreds of immigrants go through and gives a face to the humanitarian aspect that has been lost at the time of decision making in Washington.

Press Conference on Migrant Deaths (Testimonials)
Friday, February 7th at 2:00 p.m.
Border Fence in Anapra, at Sunland Park N.M.

El Paso Premier of “Who is Dayani Cristal?”
Friday, February 7th at 6:00 p.m.
Plaza Theater(125 Pioneer Plaza, El Paso, Tx).

March and Rally for Dignity and Respect this October 5th - September 27, 2013


On October 5, 2013 the broadest and most diverse movement, including our vast immigrant communities in America as well as faith, labor, and civil rights groups, will join in marches and rallies in more than 60 cities across our nation. We will begin our march at 700 N Main St in Las Cruces New Mexico.

  • Where: 700 N Main St in Las Cruces, NM
  • When: October 5, 2013 at 10:00am

You can find more information on our facebook page.


BNHR Holding Weekly Vigils at Congressman Pearce Office - September 27, 2013

Border network for Human Rights has been holding weekly vigils in Las Cruces New Mexico, outside the Congressional office of Steve Pearce asking him to Support a Comprehensive Immigration Reform and to Oppose Safe Act and Militarization of our Borders!

Save the Date: Border Advocacy Day in D.C., Feb 27, 2013 - February 13, 2013

Photo by Pete Pin.

Communities from the southern and northern borders are traveling to Washington, D.C. to protect the rights of our border communities in the struggle for immigration reform.

Poster for Border Advocacy Day

El Pasoans turn themselves in for being Hispanic - May 1, 2010

A group of El Pasoans will turn themselves in at the County Jail in Downtown El Paso to be voluntarily arrested, to send the message: We are Hispanics, Latinos and immigrants and the Arizona law makes us criminals. Will we let racial profiling permeate our law enforcement? Time: Noon.

County resolution Re: Arizona - May 1, 2010

BNHR is working with County Commissioners to present a resolution at the El Paso County Commissioners Court, condemning SB 1070 law in Arizona and calling for a boycott. Commissioners Court starts at 9:30 am.

March and Rally Downtown - April 1, 2010

March and rally for comprehensive immigration reform  April 10, as part of a national effort. Start: 3 p.m. at Leech Grove on the UTEP campus. Rally around 5 p.m. at San Jacinto Plaza. We expect more than 1,500 participants including elected officials.