OUR MISSION

At NIWAP, we envision a world with equitable access to justice that ensures a safe, supportive environment for immigrant survivors of abuse and their children to heal and thrive. NIWAP amplifies the voices of immigrant survivors and their advocates and builds the capacity of professionals to eliminate the systemic barriers faced by survivors. 


OUR HISTORY

Established in 2012, our staff has more than 42 combined years of legal and advocacy experience. NIWAP’s trainers include expert judicial and law enforcement partners from jurisdictions across the country. Director Leslye E. Orloff and Deputy Director Rocio Molina have been actively involved in drafting and assisting government officials in implementing the immigration protections, access to legal services, and public benefits provisions of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), the Trafficking Victim’s Protection Act, and other federal legislation.


NIWAP Inc. is a 501 (c)(3)  non profit and all donations made to the organization are tax deductible. 



CONTACT US

4300 Nebraska Ave NW, Suite N100B

202-274-4457

info@niwap.org

niwaplibrary.wcl.american.edu


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National Immigrant Women's Advocacy Project



OUR MISSION

At NIWAP, we envision a world with equitable access to justice that ensures a safe, supportive environment for immigrant survivors of abuse and their children to heal and thrive. NIWAP amplifies the voices of immigrant survivors and their advocates and builds the capacity of professionals to eliminate the systemic barriers faced by survivors. 


OUR HISTORY

Established in 2012, our staff has more than 42 combined years of legal and advocacy experience. NIWAP’s trainers include expert judicial and law enforcement partners from jurisdictions across the country. Director Leslye E. Orloff and Deputy Director Rocio Molina have been actively involved in drafting and assisting government officials in implementing the immigration protections, access to legal services, and public benefits provisions of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), the Trafficking Victim’s Protection Act, and other federal legislation.


NIWAP Inc. is a 501 (c)(3)  non profit and all donations made to the organization are tax deductible. 



CONTACT US

4300 Nebraska Ave NW, Suite N100B

202-274-4457

info@niwap.org

niwaplibrary.wcl.american.edu