Aisha hasn’t been home in ten years, forced to live in Kassab displacement camp in North Darfur after her village was attacked by the Janjaweed in 2003.
“Life without dignity is not life at all” Salim* explains to me. At just 33 years old, he has lost everything.
United to End Genocide sent a letter directly to government of Iran urging them to rescind their invitation to Sudanese President, Bashir, to visit Iran.
Last week, members of Congress took the Obama administration to task in a hearing on “Human Rights in Sudan.”
People around the world are joining the #Darfur10 campaign to commemorate the victims of the Darfur genocide and to stop current atrocities.
Fourteen major U.S. faith-based groups have written a letter to Members of Congress supporting The Sudan Peace, Security, and Accountability Act of 2013.
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.
This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Darfur genocide. With the abuses spreading to other states, we must take action to end this horrific violence.
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.
Our very own Nietmat Ahmadi was recently featured on Omekongo Dibinga’s show, “Real Talk,” which examines issues that concern younger generations.
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