Alarming New Surge of Violence in Darfur

Darfur is not “over with” and it won’t be until we take action.

Sudan Protests Test Bashir

Demonstrations that began in Khartoum on Monday to protest a dramatic cut in fuel subsidies have spread throughout Sudan and intensified with the government’s bloody response.

Urge NYC Hotels To Deny Sudanese President Bashir Accommodations

We strongly urge the Hotel Association of New York City and all of its members to deny any request for accommodations for Sudanese President al-Bashir.

Your Top 5 Questions About Bashir’s Potential Travel to the US

Here are the answers to your top 5 questions related to President Bashir’s proposed travel plans to the U.S. to attend the UN General Assembly.

Will Bashir’s Neighbors Defy International Law and Allow Him to Travel Through Their Airspace?

Most nations that Bashir must fly over to get to the UN General Assembly have an obligation to deny him airspace and arrest him should he touch down.

U.S. Should Not Grant Sudanese President Bashir Visa for U.S. Travel

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.

Most Unwelcome: Sudan’s President Bashir Plans Trip to U.S.

We call on the U.S. to join the likes of nations such as Zambia, Botswana and France, who have denied Bashir permission to visit their countries. Allowing Bashir onto U.S. soil sends the wrong message and would be a huge disgrace to the victims of the genocide in Darfur.

Darfur — “My Story is Just One of Many”

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 Welcomes Appointment of Special Envoy for Sudan and South Sudan

United to End Genocide welcomed President Obama’s appointment of Ambassador Donald Booth as Special Envoy for Sudan and South Sudan.

“Every Day I Dream of Returning Home”

Aisha hasn’t been home in ten years, forced to live in Kassab displacement camp in North Darfur after her village was attacked by the Janjaweed in 2003.

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