In the largest shake-up of South Sudan’s oil concessions since the country became independent, the massive Block B will be split into three.
With lives at risk across the planet, we must know what actions the next president will take to end genocide and mass atrocities.
Chris Stevens took on a role that few would have the courage to fill, and he lost his life serving U.S. interests and the people of Libya.
Aung San Suu Kyi’s upcoming visit reminds us that some progress has been made in Burma, but it also highlights the challenges that remain.
With this kind of solidarity and empowerment, the people of Sudan and South Sudan can work together to achieve lasting peace.
As ridiculous as it seems, last week Sudan was actually on track for election to the United Nations Human Rights Council.
On September 2, 2012, United to End Genocide participated in a march and rally opposing Syrian government brutality together with Syrian American organizations and Amnesty International USA.
Safely back in the United States, Rudwan Dawod speaks about his arrest, detention and torture at the hands of the Sudanese government.
The final installment in this three part series covers Nigeria, Tajikistan and Zimbabwe. What crises are you most concerned about?
The Syrian Revolution began on March 15 as an attempt to call for a democratic nation. In response, the Assad regime has been brutally suppressing and punishing its civilians. Join us on Sunday, September 2 in Washington DC for a rally against violence in Syria.
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