Engaging with Law Enforcement

Border Network engages with law enforcement agencies like U.S. Customs and Border Protection and others, to find common solutions for sensible, accountable border security policy.

human rights training

Human Rights Training

Border Network provides education in human and civil rights to its coordinators, who teach members in their communities during weekly meetings.

Human Rights Day 2011 LOGO FINAL for WEB

Run for Human Rights, Dec 10 in El Paso

(EL PASO, Texas) — Border Network for Human Rights members and others in the borderland community will join other human rights defenders around the world in commemorating International Human Rights Day on Saturday, December...


Immigrant Integration

Many of our members had never experienced civic engagement before joining Border Network.


What are my human rights?

Learn more by reading the Universal Declaration of Human Rights here. Your rights. Your resource. Universal Declaration of Human Rights


The Texan Voice

The Reform Immigration for Texas Alliance, or RITA, was formed in 2009 to provide a Texan voice on immigration. RITA is an alliance made up of thousands of Texans, each believing that the U.S....


Keeping families together

More than 800 families are members of Border Network in West Texas and Southern New Mexico. Often, families living on the border have mixed immigration statuses. Border Network works to educate these families about...