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Women and Genocide Symposium: Through the Camera Lens, I Saw Hope

As I go through old photographs of the Women and Genocide Symposium, I look forward to this year’s event. Last year, I had the privilege of help...

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The United Nations Must declare a Cholera Outbreak in Sudan to avert another devastating global catastrophe

  I was pleased to read the press statement by the UN Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs that the United Nations together with th...

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Attack on Education: Targeting University Students from Darfur is an alarming trend in Sudan

Over the last two days, pictures of tragedy have surfaced on social media. A group of young university students, with only backpacks, a dim sadness on...

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Understanding the Golo Attack: The Need for UNAMID and the Illusion of Peace in Darfur

Roksana Verahrami  Last Friday, as the UN made its decision regarding UNAMID’s funding, the world was once again reminded of the need for UNAMID...

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Don’t Let the US Lift Sanctions Against Sudan!

As some of you may know, we have launched a petition to the Trump Administration regarding the imposition of sanctions aginst Sudan.  You can find th...

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Darfur Needs You

DARFUR NEEDS YOU NOW MORE THAN EVER SPEAK UP SILENCE KILLS MORE PEOPLE EVERY DAY!!!! Fourteen years into Darfur's catastrophe and civilian casua...

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There’s more violence in Darfur now, not less

Niemat Ahmadi In reference to Sudanese Ambassador, Khalid Mustafa’s letter, stating “violence in Darfur is much reduced.” I find Mr. Must...

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