GI-NET/SDC: UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL MUST CONDEMN VIOLENCE AGAINST DEMONSTRATORS IN SYRIA

(Washington, DC) – As Syrian army tanks and troops surround the northern city of Jisr al-Shughour, and the government’s brutal attacks on demonstrators continue, the Genocide Intervention Network/Save Darfur Coalition today called on the United Nations Security Council to pass a resolution condemning the ongoing violence against Syria’s population and hold perpetrators accountable. According to […]

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GI-NET/SDC APPLAUDS ARRESTS OF WAR CRIMINALS, URGES JUSTICE FOR DARFURIS

(Washington, DC) –  Following the separate arrests of indicted war criminals Ratko Mladic and Bernard Munyagishari, the Genocide Intervention Network/Save Darfur Coalition praised the arrests as an important step toward justice for victims of genocide, while renewing a call for similar justice for the people of Darfur.  Mark Hanis, Co-Founder and President of Genocide Intervention […]

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After Assault on Abyei, U.S. Must Adopt a Consequence-based Sudan Policy: Rights Groups

Washington– The U.S. government’s incentive-oriented policy toward Sudan has not achieved its objectives. The Khartoum regime has militarily occupied Abyei, escalated bombing and aid cut-offs in Darfur, and increased support for ethnic militias throughout the South.  The process toward normalization between the U.S. and Sudan should be suspended and offered incentives should be supplanted by escalating […]

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GI-NET/SDC CALLS ON U.S., INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY TO TAKE ACTION TO PROTECT CIVILIANS IN SYRIA

(Washington, DC) –  As violence against civilians escalates across Syria, the Genocide Intervention Network/Save Darfur Coalition today called on the United States and international community to take steps to protect Syrian civilians.  Sam Bell, Executive Director of Genocide Intervention Network/Save Darfur Coalition issued the following statement: “The government of Bashar al-Assad appears to have adopted […]

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GI-NET/SDC URGES ‘NO RUSH TO REWARD’ SUDANESE GOVERNMENT WITH DEBT RELIEF

(Washington, D.C.)– The Genocide Intervention Network / Save Darfur Coalition (GI-NET/SDC) today called on the United States to oppose debt relief for Sudan until it has made fundamental changes to ensure civilian protection throughout Sudan. Sudanese officials are in Washington this week to lobby for debt relief, and will attend the International Monetary Fund (IMF) […]

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