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Failing Darfur – Who’s Fault Is It?

By Nick Cabrejos - Government Relations and Outreach Intern The expulsion of humanitarian aid from Darfur by the Sudanese government is becoming more...

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Shelling and postponement in Darfur

A day after after military shelling killed a mother and her child in South Darfur, the government in North Darfur announced that there would be a post...

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Volunteers Needed for DWAG National Annual Symposium

Darfur Women Action Group (DWAG) is taking a unique approach to fighting and preventing genocide. DWAG believes that empowering the most affected grou...

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The political calculus and genocide prevention in Sudan

By Katelyn Serpe: DWAG Communications and Movement Building Intern The political calculus and genocide prevention in Sudan Sudan's position in geopo...

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United Nations International Day in Support of Victims of Torture

By Jahna Paige, Development Intern at DWAG In commemoration of International Day in Support of Victims of Torture, we would like to bring to your a...

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Stand with “Hawa Abdalla”- World Refugee Day

Imagine that you are only 8 months old and have been taken away from your mother. Or, as a mother, you are forcibly separated from your loving baby?...

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Refugees Are Humans Too

By: Jahna Paige, Development Intern at DWAG   ref·u·gee ˌrefyo͝oˈjē/ noun: refugee; plural noun: refugees a person who has b...

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