Making Women and Girls a Priority in South Sudan

While in South Sudan, 2012 Carl Wilkens Fellows Cynthia Davis and Cory McMahon are supporting the sustainable development of women and girls.

The Educator – A Story from South Sudan

Hamad is an educator and whether in the Nuba Mountains or in a refugee camp in South Sudan, he will continue to carry out his calling.

American Responsibility on the Campaign Trail

During the debates STAND will work to raise the profile of crises in places like Sudan where we have a responsibility to protect civilians.

United to End Genocide Activists Travel to Uganda and South Sudan

Two fellows journey to South Sudan and Uganda with Hope for Ariang foundation to support education for girls and the empowerment of women.

A Peacekeeper’s Story: Failure and Hope in the Sudans

The peacekeeper escaped the fighting in Sudan, but not the memory of how the UN was unable to protect the civilians that came to its doors.

Don’t Let Them Starve in Sudan

The world can do something immediately: set up humanitarian corridors from neighboring countries to get food and supplies to the people of South Kordofan and Blue Nile.

What the Cycle of Violence in South Sudan Looks Like On the Ground

In South Sudan, little has been done to end the cycle of ethnic violence or to at least mitigate the impact of these attacks on civilians.

Students Travel to Congress to Talk about Saving Lives in Darfur

Yeshiva University student, Miriam Apter, shares her recent experience lobbying Congress on Darfur and the importance of making it personal.

Corporations and Human Rights in South Sudan

There is a longstanding connection between the oil industry and grave human rights violations in Sudan and South Sudan.

Journey to South Sudan

On Sunday, I will leave for a two week trip to Ethiopia and South Sudan to learn more about atrocities being committed by Sudan’s Bashir.

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