Darfur and the ICC in the Arab Media

Journalist Diana Mukkaled wrote an interesting piece last weekend in the Arabic Daily, Asharq Alawsat, about ICC prosecutor, Luis Moreno-Ocampo’s charges of genocide against Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir. She suggests that many in the Arab media have been too quick to condemn the charges, saying: Confronting the indictment must be preceded by proving the injustice […]

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Introducing Team Darfur

The buzz is building for this summer’s Olympics. There are many records set to be broken and many athletes will establish themselves as the future of their respective sports. However, some athletes have another thought in the back of their minds – the suffering men, women, and children in Darfur. Most of those athletes have […]

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Ahmadi Addresses ICC Meeting

Niemat Ahmadi, Darfuri Liaison Officer at the Save Darfur Coalition today addressed an open meeting of the States Parties to the International Criminal Court at UN Headquarters in New York. The meeting comes just three days after the Chief Prosecutor of the ICC, Luis Moreno-Ocampo, announced that he is seeking an arrest warrant for Sudanese […]

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China, Sudan, and Zimbabwe

David Sullivan, Research Associate at Save Darfur’s partner organization, the ENOUGH Project, wrote for the Wonk Room about China’s support for the brutal dictatorships in Sudan in Zimbabwe. David suggests that China’s defense of Al-Bashir and Mugabe may soon exhaust the patience of the rest of the U.N. Security Council. But in order to make […]

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Have you asked Darfuris about the ICC?

In the myriad debates speculating the implications of this week’s indictment of Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, one voice has been drowned out. The voice of Darfuri people who have suffered under this genocidal campaign. In an effort to ensure that their voices were heard, the Darfuri Leaders Network, a broad-based alliance representing Darfur diaspora organizations […]

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