qWomen represent an increasing share of those caught up in the fastest growing form of incarceration in the United States: immigration detention. Human Rights Watch research in detention facilities in FLorida, Arizona, and Texas found that these women, held for periods ranging from a few days to several months or even years, often have limited access to adequate basic health careq--P. 4 of cover.Womena#39;s Struggles to Obtain Health Care in United States Immigration Detention ... In some cases these measures can include having a guard stationed inside the exam room. This practice, as implemented in cases described to Human Rights Watch, is inconsistent with standards issued by the National Commission on Correctional ... 106 Human Rights Watch interview with Maya Z., Florida, April 2008.
|Title||:||Detained and Dismissed|
|Publisher||:||Human Rights Watch - 2009|