GI-NET/SDC WELCOMES UN SECURITY COUNCIL AUTHORIZATION OF A LIBYA NO-FLY ZONE

International community lays legal groundwork for robust action to prevent mass violence against civilians Download release  (Washington, DC) – The Genocide Intervention Network / Save Darfur Coalition (GI-NET / SDC) welcomed the United Nations Security Council vote today authorizing a no-fly zone and other actions to protect civilians in Libya (Resolution #1973). Reports from the country […]

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GI-NET/SDC CALLS ON U.S. TO PUSH FOR URGENT UNITED NATIONS APPROVAL OF LIBYA NO FLY ZONE

Qaddafi forces advance on opposition stronghold threatening civilians in Libya’s second largest city Download release  (Washington, DC) – The Genocide Intervention Network / Save Darfur Coalition (GI-NET / SDC) today called on the United States to make every effort possible to ensure UN Security Council approval of a no-fly zone over Libya.  The Security Council is […]

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GI-NET/SDC STATEMENT: NO DEBT RELIEF FOR SUDAN WHILE VIOLENCE AGAINST CIVILIANS INTENSIFIES

(Washington, DC) –  In response to the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s visit to Sudan, Sam Bell, Executive Director of the Genocide Intervention Network/ Save Darfur Coalition (GI-NET/SDC) released the following statement, reiterating the organization’s opposition to relaxing economic sanctions and debt relief before the Government of Sudan has embraced its responsibility to protect civilians, particularly […]

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GI-NET/SDC CALLS ON EUROPEAN UNION TO STOP PAYMENTS TO LIBYA’S NATIONAL OIL COMPANY AND CENTRAL BANK

(Washington, DC) – Genocide Intervention Network / Save Darfur Coalition today called on the European Union (EU) to close critical loopholes that give Muammar Qaddafi access to funds that could enable more attacks on Libyan civilians. On Friday, the EU is expected to expand sanctions against the Qaddafi regime by freezing assets of the Libyan Investment […]

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INVESTOR-BASED NETWORK CALLS FOR FULL TRANSPARENCY OF OIL COMPANY PAYMENTS TO GOVERNMENTS

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Conflict Risk Network (CRN) today called on the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to bring needed transparency to payments that oil and other extractive companies make to foreign governments such as the Government of Sudan, accused of genocide in Darfur. In a comment on the SEC’s implementation of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and […]

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