Bashir Embarrassment Avoided, Now What?

What can be be done to avoid future similar situations that call into question the commitments of the United States and UN to justice and accountability?

U.S. Should Not Grant Sudanese President Bashir Visa for U.S. Travel

End Genocide joined George Clooney, Don Cheadle, Mia Farrow and human rights groups in voicing opposition to Sudan’s President Bashir’s U.S. visa request.

El-Fadel Arbab: Arrest Omar al-Bashir, Bring Justice to Me and My People

Because he survived the Darfur genocide, El-Fadel Arbab made a lifetime commitment to speak out against the genocide in Darfur, where ever he is.

Through Art, Peace is Possible

As artists tell the stories of victims affected by mass atrocities through the visual arts, they are creating space for reflection.

Projecting Light on Chad’s Negligence to Arrest a War Criminal

Members of the Darfuri diaspora and activists gathered at the Embassy of Chad with a giant video projection that was played on the Embassy walls.

Falmouth High School Students Dedicated to Genocide Awareness and Prevention

Falmouth High School is at it again. On Friday, April 5, the school will host an art exhibit entitled “The Power of Grace Rising from Genocide” in Portland, Maine. You may remember this high school from two of our previous blogs. For the past two years, the school created similar art exhibits that educated more […]

Don’t let Bashir get away with genocide in Darfur

It is time to stand up to governments who refuse to meet their obligations under international law to arrest Bashir. We owe the people of Darfur no less.

Anticipation Surrounds Next Steps On Conflict Minerals and Congo

Activists are eagerly awaiting an announcement that will impact the years of work spent fighting the use of conflict minerals from Congo.

STAND Camp 2012: Students in Action

Every summer students from across the country come to D.C. for an exciting mashup of education, skills building and camaraderie.

Congress Renews Import Ban as Human Rights Abuses Continue in Burma

After nearly a week of delays, the United States Congress has passed legislation renewing the Burmese Freedom and Democracy Act.

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