Lacey and Larkin fighting for Human Rights and Freedom

Human rights are the foundation of sustainable peace and development in every environment. KIOS Foundation strengthens and advocates the realization of human rights and freedom by supporting the civil society in cases pertaining human rights. KIOS Foundation focuses in channeling its support to mainly developing countries in East Africa and South Asia. Learn more about Michael Lacey:

Freedom House is another independent watchdog organization. It is dedicated to expanding freedom and democracy across the world. The foundation advocates for civil liberties and political rights analyses the difficulties to freedom and support activists defending human rights to uphold the democratic rights.

In case the government denies legal rights and due process to a vulnerable group it means everyone`s rights are at stake. The ACLU Immigrants` Rights Project is committed to enforcing and protecting civil rights and civil liberties of immigrants and also ensuring private and public discrimination against them.

Using advocacy, public outreach, and targeted impact litigation, the ACLU Has been protecting the rights and liberties of immigrants for over 25 years. Read more: About Lacey and Larkin- Frontera Fund

National Network of International Rights (NNIRR) has also played the major role in fighting for the rights of migrants. NNIRR has worked hard to strengthen the voice and the rights of international migrants. Currently, NNIRR collaborates with Global Coalition on Migration which grew out of Migrants Rights International (MRI) and with the Women in Migration Network. Learn more about Michael Lacey:

Women in Migration Network focuses on gender analyses and positions in the global migration. However, NNIRR organizes and propose the proper global justice perspectives, empowerment of migrants and human rights. However, these kinds of groups require finance and the appropriate resources for them to operate fully.

Lacey and Larkin Frontera Fund is aimed to support groups advocating for civil, human and migrants rights and also freedom of civic participation and speech in Arizona. Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey are the co-founders and CO-CEOs of Phoenix New Times and Village Voice Media. Lacey and Larkin have funded organizations advocating for the migrant rights in Arizona.

They dedicated $3.75 million to the organizations. The money resulted from the arrest in the year 2007 by Sheriff Joe Arpaio, after the Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey revealing the existence of grand jury proceedings that had stories covering the Sheriff. Disturbingly, grand jury demanded the identity of citizens who read and view New Times Stories online involving the Sheriff. Lacey and Larkin would spend a lot of their time and careers defending and asserting their first amendment rights and sued the county.