While Abdul* is forced to live in an overcrowded camp in Darfur, those who attacked his village are continuing to commit the same crimes with impunity.
The Director of United to End Genocide’s student-led division answers questions about the role of students and offers advice to activists.
Thirteen organizations call on the UN Human Rights Council to support justice and accountability for crimes against civilians in Sri Lanka.
The peacekeeper escaped the fighting in Sudan, but not the memory of how the UN was unable to protect the civilians that came to its doors.
Working to end genocide doesn’t always require superhero powers.
President Obama announced deployment of 100 US Army Special Forces to central Africa to advise in operations aimed at removing the Lord’s Resistance Army.
“The Beauty of Darfur and the Horror of Genocide” is the name of the exhibit created by Falmouth and Yarmouth High School student artists who exhibited their incredibly moving work as part of Portland, Maine’s First Friday Art Walk on November 4th. I was just one of hundreds of people were so impressed by these […]
Earlier today, South Sudan President Salva Kiir accused the Government of Sudan of bombing Gaffa, a border town in the Upper Nile state of South Sudan where nearly 400 refugees have fled to avoid violence in Blue Nile. According to the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement- North (SPLM-N), which has been fighting the Government of Sudan […]
Today, the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner on Human Rights said that at least 3,500 people have been killed in Syria over the past eight months as government forces have violently cracked down on protesters throughout the country. City of Homs Faces Brunt of Recent Violence Over the past several days, the violence […]
On Tuesday, the Obama Administration announced the continuation of the national emergency with respect to Sudan which maintains sanctions on the country for another year. The sanctions, which are renewed on an annual basis, were initially placed on Sudan by Presidents Clinton and Bush because of Sudan’s past support for international terrorism and widespread atrocities […]
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