Sunday, November 30, 2014
December 4: Minneapolis - #Immigration Segregation #MCLE
December 4, 2014
9:30 a.m.-noon. Room 65 (subplaza level)
University of Minnesota Law School
Students from the Detainee Rights Clinic will be making several presentations with topics that include:
1) ICE standards on Segregation, what they require, etc.
2) How human rights considerations ended up with a December 2013 ICE directive of Segregation and what that directive requires.
3) the state of domestic law (national and MN) in challenging the use of segregation across all contexts
4) Local Practices in the Minnesota ICE facilities, including #s, procedures and practices. Data and information was received via local FOIA requests and interviews with clients.
Two special guests, Dr. Jerome Kroll and Dr. Madhuri Shors from the CUHCC (Community University Health Care Clinic) will be speaking about the psychiatric effects of solitary confinement and whether some populations such as trauma survivors or the mentally ill may be disproportionately affected by segregation.
Speakers:Dr. Jerome Kroll and Dr. Madhuri Shors from the CUHCC (Community University Health Care Clinic)
CLE Credit Comments: 3.5 standard CLE credits have been applied for.
Center for New Americans