Blog

Hunted in Sudan

  Based on Philip Cox’s original article: “Hunted in Sudan,” recently printed in the Guardian... It may not be apparent from the int...

View More →

Camp Attack in Darfur

Bijan Razzaghi On April 9th of 2017, a camp in El Genneina, West Darfur full of displaced persons or IDPs was attacked by Sudanese government-backe...

View More →

Impacted by the Holocaust, Campaign Intern Works to End Darfur Genocide

    Carla Ruas On April 30, 2006, 50,000 people gathered at the National Mall, in Washington, DC, to participate in the “Save...

View More →

Peace for Darfur is Outreach Intern’s Goal

    Carla Ruas In the early 1980s, a communist militant group named Shining Path gained power in Peru, attracting a large numbe...

View More →

al-Bashir’s Visit to Jordan Was an Affront to Justice

Niemat Ahmadi Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir recently traveled to Jordan for the 28th summit of the Arab League. His presence was a stark contr...

View More →

New Perspectives on Genocide Prevention

by Adeena Eisen “This is not just a humanitarian issue,” said Anne-Marie Slaughter, President and CEO of New America, a think-tank based in Was...

View More →

International Women’s Day 2017

We hear stories of resilience, tragedy, and horror every single day. And yet, international institutions continue to betray and ignore the women of Da...

View More →