Responding to Genocide

We are responding to the genocide in Darfur and ongoing attacks across Sudan by working to protect civilians, create peace for all Sudan and demand accountability for the crimes committed.


A Burning Village in Darfur

Urgent and sustained diplomatic measures aimed at bringing peace in Darfur will ultimately provide the framework for ending violence against civilians. While an effort to build lasting peace is critical, we also pursue efforts to address current insecurity on the ground.

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Peace for Sudan and South Sudan

UN Peacekeepers in Darfur

Building peace costs less — in lives and dollars — than picking up the pieces. The best way to end genocide and mass atrocities is with persistent, high-level diplomacy aimed at creating sustainable peace and laying the groundwork for a more secure future.

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Justice and Accountability

Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir

After decades of civil wars in Sudan and mass atrocities in Darfur, one of the most frequent demands of survivors is that the individuals responsible be held accountable. Ending the current climate of impunity is essential for lasting peace.

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