End Genocide joined George Clooney, Don Cheadle, Mia Farrow and human rights groups in voicing opposition to Sudan’s President Bashir’s U.S. visa request.
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.
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 night, President Barack Obama delivered his State of the Union address highlighting many important and pressing issues while missing others.
ICC Chief Prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo retires next week but his work to hold Sudanese President al-Bashir accountable will continue.
New charges against Bosco Ntaganda reflect the maturity of the court to tackle a oft unspoken human rights abuse—rape as a weapon of war.
General Bosco “The Terminator” Ntaganda has been wanted by the ICC since 2006 for allegedly recruiting child soldiers during Congo’s 5-year civil war.
Malawi President seeks to prevent the man charged with genocide from attending the July Summit, citing “economic implications” it may have on the country.
The conviction of Charles Taylor is a critical component in achieving peace and ending the cycle of impunity in the face of atrocity.
Remembering the genocide in Cambodia serves as a reminder that the pursuit of justice requires time, patience and unwavering commitment.
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