Stronger U.S. Response to Violence in Sudan and South Sudan Needed

With the wars in both Sudan and South Sudan escalating, the United States needs to enhance its efforts in the areas of accountability and consequences, diplomacy and peacemaking, democracy building, and aiding and protecting the most vulnerable.

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.

Through Art, Peace is Possible

As artists tell the stories of victims affected by mass atrocities through the visual arts, they are creating space for reflection.

Critical Human Rights Abuses in Sudan and South Sudan

State Department’s latest Human Rights report find grave human rights abuses by the government of Sudan. Concerns exist about abuses in South Sudan as well.

Youth activism and the Darfur conflict

Our very own Nietmat Ahmadi was recently featured on Omekongo Dibinga’s show, “Real Talk,” which examines issues that concern younger generations.

Global call to “stop the horror” in Sudan

A global coalition of 98 politicians from the US, UK and Australia have signed an open letter urging the UN Security Council to take action on Sudan.

“We need to speak with them, not for them”

Last week, the voices of a burgeoning African civil society were heard loud and clear on the topic of Sudan.

African Advocates Pressure the African Union on Sudan and South Sudan

There has been far too little pressure for a resolution between Sudan and South Sudan. But civil society continues to call loudly for action.

Sudan and South Sudan Continue Negotiations; Oil Production Remains Suspended

Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir and South Sudanese President Salva Kiir met in Addis Ababa to address the terms of reconciliation signed last September.

Not on the Agenda: The Humanitarian Crisis on the Two Year Anniversary of South Sudan’s Referendum

Two years ago, citizens in South Sudan began waiting in lines for hours to vote in a referendum over whether South Sudan should be an independent nation

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