Fight to Stem Deadly International Arms Trade Continues

After failing to pass the Arms Trade Treaty by the end of July, the fight to stem the flow of deadly arms around the world continues.

Olympic Action Makes Mark

On opening day, we heard directly from representatives of the Russia Olympic Committee Vice President accused of shipping arms to Syria.

Terror Games: Syria, Russia and the Olympics

Russia supports Bashar al-Assad’s murderous regime in Syria, and members of its Olympic Committee are profiting from it.

Congress Must Fight to Keep Sanctions on Burma

In a “grossly irresponsible” move, President Obama announced on July 11 that the United States would be removing an investment ban on Burma.

I Choose Peace in Sudan and South Sudan

I choose peace because I stand with the people of Sudan and South Sudan.

Five Questions with the New STAND Director

The Director of United to End Genocide’s student-led division answers questions about the role of students and offers advice to activists.

Bone-Making Events to End Genocide Inspire Hundreds in North Carolina

Talking about genocide is never easy, but communities in North Carolina have found a way to have deep conversations using art.

A View of the Future: Students Engage on Global Issues

Students at the Maine Model UN Conference blend learning and action to support justice and accountability in Sudan.

Keep Sanctions on Burma

Obama is likely to lift the investment ban on Burma this week. Act now to slow down the lifting of the investment ban.

Remembering the Armenian Genocide by Taking Action

The granddaughter of Armenian genocide survivors urges: “Don’t add genocide to our history books. Get involved today and take action.”

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