World Leaders Call for Darfur Ceasefire, Immediate Deployment of International Peacekeepers

As Thousands Worldwide Gathered This Weekend for Genocide Victims in Darfur, Prominent Voices Call for End to “Humanitarian Disaster” WASHINGTON, D.C., – Prominent political leaders around the world this weekend demanded an end to widespread rape and sexual violence in the Darfur, calling for an effective peacekeeping force to ensure the protection of all the victims […]

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Advocates Rally in the Nations Capital Against Rape and Sexual Violence in Darfur

Local Activists Join Thousands Worldwide to Call on International Community to Protect the Vulnerable WASHINGTON, D.C., – Hundreds of local advocates joined 20 Darfurians here today for a day of peaceful protest, demanding an end to widespread rape and sexual violence in the Darfur region of Sudan. As part of coordinated events in over forty countries […]

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International Stateswomen Issue Call

WASHINGTON, D.C., – Thirteen international stateswomen condemned the use of rape and sexual violence as a weapon of war in Darfur and demanded its end in an open letter  published Saturday by newspapers worldwide.  The letter was issued to coincide with the Global Day of Action for Darfur today. Signatories to the letter include the former […]

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Faith Leaders Join Forces for “Weekend of Prayer” for Darfur

 Prominent Leaders Bridge Faiths to Speak Out on Faith Community’s Joint Response to the Worsening Humanitarian Crisis Washington, D.C., – Three prominent leaders across faiths stood united today in their call for the immediate safety and protection of the people of Darfur in a media briefing telephone conference arranged by the Save Darfur Coalition. Sheikh Fadhel […]

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Leaders Bridge Faiths for “Call to Your Conscience,” To Brief Media on Faith Response to Genocide in Darfur

Leaders Bridge Faiths for “Call to Your Conscience,” To Brief Media on Faith Response to Genocide in Darfur Sheikh Fadhel Al-Sahlani, Reverend Dr. Bob Edgar, and Rabbi Steve Gutow to Discuss Save Darfur Coalition’s National, Multi-Faith “Weekend of Prayer for Darfur” Washington, DC – Three prominent faith leaders will announce their joint support of a national, multi-faith […]

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