From Nov. 25th, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, to Dec. 10th, Human Rights Day, 16 Days of Activism engages individuals and organizations all over the world to collectively call for the elimination of violence against women and girls. Therefore, we are calling on you to join our efforts to draw attention to the unspeakable suffering women face during the genocide and other atrocities.
Stop the US from Lifting Sanctions Against Sudan!
This petition’s primary goal is to ask the US to keep sanctions on Sudan.
On July 13, 2017, the United States will review the imposition of sanctions on Sudan. The sanctions originated as a response to two urgent issues, firstly as a response to Sudan’s genocidal campaign in Darfur, which began in 2003. And secondly as a response to Sudan’s role in supporting and hosting international terrorist groups that threaten US national security.
Justice for Darfur Campaign- Don’t let President Bashir Get Away with Murder
From July 12th-July 17th, Darfur Women Action Group invites you to join us to call upon the international community to fulfill their responsibilities in pursuing justice for the horrendous crimes committed in Darfur.
Speak Up for Darfur Now!
The suffering of the people of Darfur has gone far too long after 13 years of daily attacks. We implore you to demand civilian protection, unhindered humanitarian access, accountability for perpetrators and empowerment of the affected communities by genocide in Darfur.
Stop the Jordanian government from deporting hundreds of Darfuri refugees in Jordan to Sudan
On December 16, we learned that hundreds of Sudanese refugees participated in a sit-in in front of the United Nations High Commission for Refugees office in Jordan to demand protection. Unfortunately, they were met with a crackdown by the Jordanian police.
Government of South Africa, President Jacob Zuma: Bring Justice to me and my people Tell South Africa to Arrest Omar al-Bashir and send him to the ICC in The Hague
Today, Omar al-Bashir, President of Sudan, is wanted by the International Criminal Court for the world’s worse crimes and is currently in South Africa for an AU Summit.
United Nations Security Council: Don't Abandon the People of Darfur and Renew UNAMID's Mandate
Since 2003, government sponsored militias in Darfur have been waging a widespread campaign of ethnic cleansing against Darfur’s non-Arab population, utilizing arbitrary arrests, summary executions and rape as weapons of war.
UN Security Council: Protect the people of Darfur
On October 31st, 2014, government soldiers in Northern Darfur terrorized a village just a couple miles away from the United Nation-African Union Mission in Darfur (UNAMID) headquarters.