NDLON

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NDLONNational Day Labor Organizing Network
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"From Rachel Maddow to Sean Hannity, there's one message in the immigrant-rights movement that has transcended ideology and political affiliation, and that's that these kids with DACA were brought here through no fault of their own," says NDLON's Pablo Alvarado.
"The court's decision vindicates years of work by the Los Angeles immigrant community to challenge the Sheriff Department's abuses and throws a major wrench in the Trump administration's deportation machine," said Jessica Bansal, litigation director of NDLON.
Earlier this month, NDLON, along with a Service Employees International Union local, filed suit in Los Angeles Superior Court to obtain L.A.
NDLON fought for Avelica-Gonzalez, who was transported to a different detention center outside of Los Angeles, to remain in the states for a little while longer.
(161.) NDLON's mission is "to strengthen and expand the work of local day laborer organizing groups in order to become more effective and strategic in building leadership, advancing low-wage worker and immigrant rights, and developing successful models for organizing immigrant contingent/temporary workers." National Partnership Agreement Between the AFL-CIO and NDLON, Aug.
Secretary General Yuson has worked tirelessly with us to build a partnership founded in a spirit of commitment to the shared values I speak of - ensuring that workers are respected and cared for and a commitment to open discussion and a frank exchange of views." With a wide variety of organisations including Human Rights Watch, ILO, IG Bau (Germany), UNITE (UK), UNIA (Switzerland), NDLON (USA), Bayern Munich, and others present at the conference, al-Thawadi spoke of the importance role which the first World Cup in the Arab world has to bring about sustainable change.
"However, we have heard elegant statements of priorities before, and the problem is that those announcements have been belied the administration's actions." The NDLON said reform would only be realized when the government ends the Secure Communities program.
(146) The National Day Laborer Organizing Network ("NDLON") was the first to partner officially with the AFL-CIO in August 2006.
(148) Pablo Alvarado, the executive director of NDLON, added, The growing worker center movement shows that the fight for change at work has never been as vibrant, varied and urgent.
On the heels of the partnership with NDLON, the AFL-CIO and the Interfaith Worker Justice network's fourteen faith-based worker centers joined forces in December 2006, outlining nearly identical collaboration policy aims.
"Despite soaring rhetoric, the President's unbridled enforcement of unjust and outdated immigration laws has contributed to an unprecedented civil rights crisis for our community," NDLON director Pablo Alvarado said in a statement.