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.

NTC Must Not Follow in Gaddafi’s Footsteps

With the fall of the Gaddafi regime it is imperative that Libya’s National Transitional Council (NTC) take steps to protect civilians and not follow the violent path of the late dictator. Unfortunately, there have been multiple incidents of severe human rights violations by the opposition forces throughout the conflict and many fear the potential of […]

UEG Letter to Malawian Embassy & Mission on Bashir’s Visit

Today, Sudanese President Omar al –Bashir arrived in Malawi to attend Friday’s annual summit of the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa. As a state party to the International Criminal Court, Malawi has a responsibility under international law to arrest Bashir; unfortunately, they have welcomed him with open arms. Below is a letter from […]

“I Can Make Such a Difference in So Many Lives, So Far Away”

In a recent Connecticut Post article, 2011 Carl Wilkens Fellow Cynthia Davis explained her perspective on the powerful impact that she can have by empowering women affected by genocide. “I have come to realize what one person can do, which is why this has been so life-changing for me,” she said. “I can make a […]

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