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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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An Open Letter to the International Community About al-Bashir’s Pending Arrest Warrant

On the 8th anniversary of Sudanese President al-Bashir's arrest warrant, we at Darfur Women Action Group (DWAG) would like to express our grave concer...

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The Cost of Ignoring Chemical Warfare in Darfur

Bijan Razzaghi Bloody vomiting, difficulty breathing, diarrhea, rashes on the skin, miscarriage among women and loss of vision. These are som...

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Letter to Member States of the UNSC

9 February 2017     Member States of the UNSC United Nations New York   Your Excellencies,   Darfur Women Action ...

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