Freedom of Information Act

Conditions at the NWDC: Solitary Confinement

November 30, 2020

Photo courtesy La Resistencia, logo by Eucalyp from Noun Project

Newly Declassified Documents Point to El Salvador Intelligence Cache

May 19, 2020

Cover page of a 1984 "Special Working Aid" authored by the Central America Joint Intelligence Team (CAJIT)

Student Reflection from Panama: “Something Happened Here”

February 24, 2020

El Salvador: Justice Balanced on Razor’s Edge of Uncertain Politics

October 24, 2019

UW undergraduate Grace Sorensen, Prof. Sol Yañez of the University of Central America "José Simeón Cañas" and David Morales, lead prosecutor for the El Mozote case, at the site of the massacre memorial in El Mozote town plaza. (Photo: Angelina Godoy)

Advances and Setbacks in Litigation for Salvadoran War Records

July 23, 2019

Deepening Our Engagement with Human Rights at Home

November 8, 2018

Undergraduate student researcher Cristina Gamundi, reviews U.S. Department of Justice documents obtained via public records requests. Photo: Corinne Thrash (Columns)

Dismissing Credible Fear in Washington State

August 10, 2018

Documents released to the UW Center for Human Rights by Customs and Border Protection suggest that asylum seekers are being arbitrarily denied the right to make credible fear claims on the northern U.S. border, predating Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ “zero tolerance” policies.