Justice is Delayed in Darfur but Not Forgotten

We join Prosecutor Bensouda in her frustration but also in her resolve for justice in Darfur: “We shall not stop our work and we shall not despair.”

Bashir Visits China While US Envoy Blocked from Darfur

Sudanese President Bashir, wanted by the International Criminal Court for genocide, visits China while the U.S. Envoy in Sudan blocked from visiting Darfur.

Bashir to the US and UN? Not if We Can Help It

The man behind the Darfur genocide wants to come to New York and address world leaders at the UN. Why? He believes that no one cares enough to stop him.

After Bashir’s Escape from South Africa, Victims Still Seeking Justice

This isn’t an issue of an unfair ICC, but an issue of African leaders protecting fellow leaders.

UN Renewal of Darfur Peacekeeping Mandate Necessary but Insufficient

It is not too late to mitigate the suffering and counter the mounting violence in Darfur but only if the Council decides to do more to support UNAMID.

Wanted for Genocide, South Africa Lets Sudan’s Bashir Go Free

It’s time for a global pursuit to catch Bashir and put him where he belongs, behind bars.

A Decade of Injustice: 10th Anniversary of Darfur War Crimes Referral

Ten years ago the UN Security Council referred Darfur to the International Criminal Court. It’s not too late to counter the mounting violence and impunity.

Failing the People of Darfur

The only thing worse than the Obama administration’s failing Sudan policy is their failure to recognize it.

Critical Changes Needed for Darfur Peacekeeping Mission

The UN must ensure that UNAMID has the focus, resources, capacity, and will to deliver and report on its core mandate to protect civilians in Darfur.

#JusticeMatters: Impunity for genocide in Darfur is unacceptable

18 years ago, the International Criminal Court was founded to deal with war criminals, yet Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir remains free. #JusticeMatters

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