The Role of Women in Justice and Peace

Women are disproportionately affected by conflict, but are too often sidelined in the quest for peace and justice after the violence ends.

Sri Lanka: The Need for Reconciliation after Atrocities

Almost three years after the end of the Sri Lankan civil war, accountability for crimes against the Tamil minority is nowhere in evidence.

Former Guatemalan Dictator to Stand Trial for Genocide

The fact that a former Guatemalan dictator is finally being tried for atrocities underscores the importance of justice and accountability.

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.

Guest Post: How to be a Superhero – Working to End Genocide

Working to end genocide doesn’t always require superhero powers.

Former President of Cote d’Ivoire at ICC for Crimes Against Humanity

Cote d’Ivoire’s former president Laurent Gbagbo refused to step down & initiated a brutal campaign of murder and torture against his opponent’s supporters.

Rape as a Weapon of War: Ending Impunity

In many violent conflicts around the world, rape is not an unfortunate side effect of war – it is in fact a strategic weapon of war.

ICC requests new arrest warrant for atrocities in Darfur

International Criminal Court prosecutor requested arrest warrant for Sudanese Defense Minister for crimes against humanity & war crimes committed in Darfur.

Kenyan court issues arrest warrant for Bashir

After a visit to Kenya last year, Omar al-Bashir will not be welcome again – Kenyan courts filed suit against their government to arrest him if he returns.

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