WOLA: Advocacy for Human Rights in the Americas

Beyond the Wall Campaign

WOLA is pushing back and taking a stand against the administration's inhumane policies at the border and in Latin America. Join us.

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This fall, Congress will debate and vote on three key pieces of President Trump’s anti-migrant agenda: funding for a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border; hiring 5,000 additional border patrol agents; and expanding Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) with 10,000 new hires. Additionally, the Trump administration’s decision to phase out Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) may influence how Congress handles these proposals.

These policies will needlessly tear apart families, and affect human rights in the Americas for generations to come. Now is the moment to act.

Click here to learn more about what we’ve accomplished through the Beyond the Wall Campaign so far.

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Financial support from people like you is what allows WOLA to be effective and strategic in our advocacy. By making a contribution to the Beyond the Wall Campaign, you are taking action to protect migrant rights.

About the Beyond the Wall Campaign

WOLA’s Beyond the Wall Campaign is a four-pronged approach to respond strategically and effectively to the harmful policies of the Trump administration.

With your help we will:

1. Stop the Wall

Stop funding for Trump’s useless and expensive wall, as well as a similarly dangerous and unnecessary effort to ramp up border security agents.

2. Investigate and Expose Abuses

Investigate and expose abuses against migrants, asylum seekers, and deportees at the border and on their journey by working with partners on the ground. Human rights are part of our values as a nation—honoring them doesn’t threaten us, it strengthens us.

3. Help Asylum Seekers 

Help people seeking asylum by providing expert information to activists and attorneys about the situation on the ground in Central America.

4. Advocate for U.S. Funding to Central America 

Advocate for continued, robust, accountable, and transparent U.S. aid to Central America focused on tackling corruption and bolstering the capacity of police and justice systems to prevent and reduce violence and insecurity. The creation of safer communities with greater respect for human rights would address the root causes of migration and the reasons why people are forced to migrate.


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How to Make a Difference

WOLA does not accept U.S. government funding, and will rely on individuals and private foundations to support this essential advocacy. WOLA must secure $1.5 million to fully implement the Beyond the Wall Initiative for the next two years.

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1666 Connecticut Ave NW, Suite 400
Washington, DC 20009

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Make a Multi-Year Pledge

Help WOLA plan for the future by making a multi-year pledge to be paid out over a number of years

Join the Partners’ Council

Make an annual gift of $1,000 or more. Learn more about the benefits of joining the council

Click here to learn about all the ways you can make a difference.