Students Travel to Congress to Talk about Saving Lives in Darfur

Yeshiva University student, Miriam Apter, shares her recent experience lobbying Congress on Darfur and the importance of making it personal.

The Anniversary of the Liberation of Auschwitz: A Time for Action

On the 67th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, please take action to help the children who are suffering in places like Sudan.

Dear President Obama: What about Genocide and Mass Atrocities?

Don’t miss your opportunity to ask President Obama how he plans to respond to the ongoing atrocities in places like Syria and Sudan.

Invitation to Award Ceremony Honoring Global Women’s Ambassador Melanne Verveer

Jewish World Watch hosts annual “I Witness“ award on January 11 to honor Ambassador Melanne Verveer for her work on on gender issues.

Activists and Congress Work Together to Oppose Khartoum Lobbyists in Washington

The Administration needs to send a clear message to Khartoum that hiring Bart Fischer as their lawyer in Washington won’t help.

A New Year Wish for 2012

We know it is a bold hope that we might end 2012 with a true season of peace around the world — but that is our New Year’s wish.

Guest Post: How to be a Superhero – Working to End Genocide

Working to end genocide doesn’t always require superhero powers.

Friday’s Demonstration Outside Law Firm Representing Sudanese Government

The Sudanese government has continued to block humanitarian access and bomb civilians. On Friday activists protested against Bashir’s American lawyer.

Protest: DC lobbying firm represents Sudanese Government

On Friday Dec 16 activists will come together at the law office of Bart Fisher to protest his lobbying efforts for Omar Al-Bashir and his genocidal regime.

United to End Genocide Delivers Your Message to the Sudan Special Envoy

Thank you, activists, for your help in crafting over 45,000 postcards to show your support for the people of Sudan being targeted by Omar al-Bashir.

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