Deng Thiak Adut, Former Refugee, To Open World Summit On Migration Control
Deng Thiak Adut has been selected to open the World Summit On Migration Control.
Adut was kidnapped from his family at the age of six. He was forced to become a boy soldier and shot in the back at the age of 12. Later he was rescued by the United Nations and smuggled to freedom. He found his way to Sydney, where he went to law school. Today, he is a lawyer fighting for the rights of fellow refugees.
For more information on how to help: http://www.uncontrolledmigration.com.au/
The Second Cooler
The Second Cooler is a documentary about illegal migration shot primarily in Alabama, Arizona, and in northern and central Mexico.
The documentary’s producer, Ellin Jimmerson, seeks to bring migration issues into clearer focus for the American public.
Humane Borders, Inc.
Humane Borders is a non-profit organization which offers assistance to migrants in need through the deployment of emergency water stations on routes used by those coming north through the desert.