Editor’s Note: This blog originally appeared on iactivism.org i-ACT visited the “new arrival” area in refugee camp Goz Amer. Over 2,000
In the Summer of 2008, we accompanied Mia Farrow to Darfuri refugee camps on the Chad-Sudan border. As the Beijing Olympics
“We’re looking for a teacher named Adam,” I asked the first man we saw, when we arrived at a refugee camp
During the last 10 years, Guisma went from living with her brothers and parents in their village in Darfur, to seeing
I became active in the Darfur movement in late 2004. I did not know exactly how I’d be able to participate
I had the privilege to meet the International Criminal Court’s first Prosecutor, Luis Moreno-Ocampo, not long ago. I told him that
It doesn’t get any easier. I recently went on my eleventh trip to eastern Chad, where I visit the refugee camps that are home to more than 250,000 Darfuris.
The Law Offices of Bart Fisher has been hired as a lobbyist for the Government of Sudan. Mr. Fisher has agreed to support
I have been saying this quite often, where it has become something of a mantra for this trip. In Tchad (as
The i-ACT team visits Camp Kounoungo. Gabriel meets up with his old friends Jacoub and Fatne.