Living After Genocide in Rwanda

While I can’t forget the evil of those who killed relatives, friends & neighbors, I can’t forget those who risked their lives to save mine.

Taking Care of Business

From Sudan to Burma, we cannot overlook the role corporations and investors play in enabling or preventing genocide and mass atrocities.

Commemorating the Genocide Against Tutsi

As I joined fellow Rwandans and friends on a “walk to remember”, I reflected on my role in preventing genocide and mass atrocities.

April is Genocide Prevention Month

April is Genocide Prevention Month — commemorate previous genocides and call for action to stop ongoing atrocities and prevent future ones.

Angelina Jolie’s “In the Land of Blood and Honey”

Angelina Jolie’s movie is an important reminder that the international community can’t forgo its responsibility to end genocide.

French Bill to Stop the “Double Killing” – Denial of Armenian Genocide

In order to end the cycle of genocide, the U.S. and international community must take a stand against denial, the last stage of genocide.

Congress and the Administration Prioritize Genocide Prevention

29 senators write letter to Obama supporting atrocity prevention, the State Department and the White House are also taking steps to prevent future genocide.

Holding Killers Accountable in Cambodia and Sudan

Sudan’s president Omar al-Bashir’s regime is repeating the tragedy we witnessed in Cambodia in the 1970’s.

Updates and Opportunities: Budget, Genocide Prevention Letter and Foreign Policy Debate

The Senate is still developing its International Affairs Budget, tonight the presidential candidates will debate foreign policy on CNN.

Five Former Secretaries of State Urge Congress to Support the International Affairs Budget

“[International affairs] programs are critical to America’s global leadership and represent strategic investments in our nation’s security and prosperity.”

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