Sudan Advocacy Groups Urge Congress to Restore Life-saving Humanitarian Aid

(Washington, DC) – A coalition of sixteen organizations today issued appeals calling on Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NM) and Speaker of the House of Representatives John Boehner (R-OH) to restore appropriations for crucial humanitarian aid to vulnerable regions, particularly Darfur and Sudan. The body text and signatories of the letters—sent to the Senate Majority Leader […]

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GI-NET/SDC CALLS ON U.S., WORLD COMMUNITY TO STOP POTENTIAL MASS ATROCITIES IN LIBYA

World leaders must consider all options to stop widespread violence against civilians Download release  (Washington, DC) – Amidst credible reports that Libya’s Qaddafi regime has engaged in widespread deliberate violence against civilians, the Genocide Intervention Network / Save Darfur Coalition (GI-NET / SDC) called on the United States, United Nations and other world leaders to embrace […]

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GI-NET/SDC CONDEMNS PROPOSAL TO CUT VITAL ASSISTANCE TO SUDAN

(Washington, DC) – On Friday, February 11, House Appropriations Committee Chairman Harold Rogers (R-KY) introduced a 2011 spending bill (H.R. 1) that would significantly reduce funding for emergency food aid and refugee assistance to Sudan.  The measure is part of a proposed international affairs budget that would be cut by 21 percent ($11.6 billion) over the […]

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GI-NET/SDC URGES PRESIDENT OBAMA TO APPOINT HIGH-PROFILE, EXPERIENCED SPECIAL ENVOY TO SUDAN

(Washington, D.C.) – The White House announced yesterday that U.S. Special Envoy to Sudan, General Scott Gration, has been nominated to become the Ambassador to Kenya.  It is expected that President Obama will appoint a new Special Envoy in the coming weeks. Sam Bell, Executive Director of Genocide Intervention Network/Save Darfur Coalition, issued the following statement: […]

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GI-NET/SDC CONGRATULATES SUDANESE ON REFERENDUM VOTE, CALLS FOR SUSTAINED U.S. ENGAGEMENT TO ENSURE PEACE

(Washington, D.C.) – The Genocide Intervention Network / Save Darfur Coalition (GI-NET/SDC) today congratulated the people of Sudan for concluding the southern referendum process on time and without large-scale violence.  GI-NET/SDC urged sustained U.S. and international attention to the interim period before South Sudan’s official independence in July. Today’s announcement by the South Sudan Referendum Commission […]

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