Rudwan is Free!

Following weeks of arrest, torture, threats, release and re-arrest, Rudwan Dawod is finally back in the United States.

Nine Crises We’re Watching: Part II

In the second of a three part series, United to End Genocide discusses past violence and potential risks in Ivory Coast, Libya and Mali.

Nine Crises We’re Watching: Part I

United to End Genocide is monitoring conflicts in the Central African Republic, Ethiopia, and Kenya, where violence, hate speech and repression of political dissent could be warning signs of future mass atrocities.

United States Launches Initiative to Address Gender-Based Violence

On August 10, the Obama administration launched a new initiative to prevent and respond to gender-based violence (GBV) in order to help afflicted women and girls around the world.

New Spotlight on Conflict Minerals and Resource Payments

Investors and consumers will have an important tool to assess how corporations exercise due diligence to avoid funding violence and atrocities.

Enabling Peace in Congo

Nearly 5 million have been killed in the Democratic Republic of Congo in waves of warfare between armed groups struggling for power & money.

Anticipation Surrounds Next Steps On Conflict Minerals and Congo

Activists are eagerly awaiting an announcement that will impact the years of work spent fighting the use of conflict minerals from Congo.

The true impact of the US investment policy in Burma

Unwitting investors who fail to see the risks of supporting corruption and human rights abuses will likely leave Burmese citizens worse off.

After Being Released by Judge, U.S. Resident “Re-arrested” by Sudan’s Security Forces

Just as the release papers for aid worker Rudwan Dawod were being signed, he was once again taken into custody by Sudan’s security forces.

After the Election: Governance, Security and Justice in Libya

As Libya transitions toward democracy after years of dictatorship, the journey will bring about governance, security and justice challenges.

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