Falmouth High School Students Dedicated to Genocide Awareness and Prevention

Falmouth High School is at it again. On Friday, April 5, the school will host an art exhibit entitled “The Power of Grace Rising from Genocide” in Portland, Maine. You may remember this high school from two of our previous blogs. For the past two years, the school created similar art exhibits that educated more […]

41 International Organizations Urge UN Security Council Action on Bashir

Forty-one organizations are demanding action by the UN Security Council to bring Sudanese President al-Bashir to justice for his crimes committed in Darfur.

Don’t let Bashir get away with genocide in Darfur

It is time to stand up to governments who refuse to meet their obligations under international law to arrest Bashir. We owe the people of Darfur no less.

Global call to “stop the horror” in Sudan

A global coalition of 98 politicians from the US, UK and Australia have signed an open letter urging the UN Security Council to take action on Sudan.

Better than the Oscars

This Oscar season, we’re reflecting on some other acclaimed independent documentaries; the ones that detail the brutal history of the genocide in Darfur.

Chad Hosts Wanted War Criminal Bashir For Third Time

Welcoming President Bashir — a wanted war criminal — to Chad not only sends the wrong message to the Sudanese people but to perpetrators around the world.

State of the Union Missed the Big Picture on the United States and Global Security

Last night, President Barack Obama delivered his State of the Union address highlighting many important and pressing issues while missing others.

Undeserved Rewards for Sudan

This week Sudan received two undeserved rewards — the Vice Presidency of ECOSOC and an economic development conference in Germany — prompting outrage.

African Advocates Pressure the African Union on Sudan and South Sudan

There has been far too little pressure for a resolution between Sudan and South Sudan. But civil society continues to call loudly for action.

2012 in Sudan: Will 2013 be any better?

Even as this year of little progress comes to an end, the United States must lead international action if 2013 is to be a better year in the Sudans.

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