If ending genocide matters to the U.S., the Administration must use all available leverage to pressure India to hold those who commit genocide accountable.
Sudanese President Bashir, wanted by the International Criminal Court for genocide, visits China while the U.S. Envoy in Sudan blocked from visiting Darfur.
It is not too late to mitigate the suffering and counter the mounting violence in Darfur but only if the Council decides to do more to support UNAMID.
(Washington, DC) – Two years ago today, the International Criminal Court issued charges against Sudan’s president Omar al-Bashir for war crimes and crimes against humanity related to his actions in Darfur. In July 2010, the court added charges of genocide against Bashir. On this anniversary, Mark Hanis, President of Genocide Intervention Network / Save Darfur Coalition, […]
Oil Companies Should Halt Revenue Payments to Government, Fund Civilian Recovery Download release WASHINGTON, D.C. – Twenty-four institutional investors, including Calvert Asset Management and Boston Common Asset Management today called on oil companies doing business in Libya to halt revenue or other payments to the Libyan government. The investors have called on oil companies to place […]
Attacks against civilians, human rights abuses on the rise in Darfur Download release Washington, D.C. – More than nine thousand Americans petitioned Secretary of State Hilary Clinton this week and thousands more are calling her today, asking her to appoint a high-level diplomat dedicated to urgently addressing the escalating crisis in Darfur. The national call-in day […]
WASHINGTON, D.C. – A group of U.S. and international institutional investors including the State of Connecticut Office of the Treasurer, GES Investment Services, Calvert Asset Management Company and Domini Social Investments, sent letters this week to top telecommunications and oil and gas companies operating in Sudan, calling on them to take steps to ensure they do […]
CONTACT: Martha Bixby 202-640-0602 [email protected] Washington, D.C. – The Save Darfur Coalition, the Genocide Intervention Network and the Enough Project today condemned Kenya’s decision to welcome Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir to Nairobi to attend a dedication ceremony for Kenya’s new constitution. Kenya is the second member state of the International Criminal Court (ICC) to flout its […]
WASHINGTON – In a letter delivered to the White House today signed by 45 organizations, Darfur advocates outlined steps that President Obama should take to forge a multilateral peace strategy for Sudan. Specifically, the groups called on the administration to lead the effort to establish an inclusive peace process for Darfur, revitalize implementation of the Comprehensive Peace […]
Save Darfur Coalition recognizes Miriam and Jacob Hodesh as January ‘Darfur Heroes WASHINGTON – The Save Darfur Coalition today recognized Savannah, Ga. newlyweds Miriam and Jacob Hodesh, who deleted their entire wedding registry and instead urged family and friends to make donations to help end the Darfur genocide. For their efforts, which raised more than $20,000, the […]
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