The Forgotten Genocide, Part Two
Part two of this series will explore this process; looking at what has been achieved, what needs to happen, and how you too can join in the fight for recognition.
The Forgotten Genocide: Herero and Nama, 1904, Part One
When the words “Germany” and “genocide” are put together, most of us inevitability, and understandably, think of the Holocaust. However, few of us associate those words with Germany’s presence in Namibia.
Tell Your U.S. Senators: Co-sponsor S.2060 and Sanction Burma’s Army Nowhttps://actionnetwork.org/letters/tell-your-senators-support-s2060-and-sanction-burmas-army-now
We cannot remain silent as the Burmese army marches down the path to the genocide of the Rohingya people. ACT NOW
Is Nigeria on the brink of Genocide?
For the past decade, reports of widespread violence in Nigeria have often been attributed to one of the most notorious terrorist groups in the world: Boko Haram.
SUDAN: ADDRESSING THE SERIOUS HUMAN RIGHTS AND HUMANITARIAN SITUATION IN SUDAN
We write to you in advance of the 39th Session of the United Nations Human Rights Council to share our serious concerns over the human rights and humanitarian situation in Sudan.
US: Strengthen Targeted Sanctions on Burma
The US Congress should adopt legislation to enhance targeted sanctions against Burmese military commanders who are implicated in serious human rights abuses, Human Rights Watch said today in a letter to congressional leaders with 45 other nongovernmental and faith-based organizations.
The Global Fragility & Violence Reduction Act of 2018
Global levels of violence are at a 25-year peak, undercutting global stability, reversing development gains and driving record levels of forced displacement.
Join the Sudan Day of Action on April 24th
Join the Day of Action Campaign and tell your representative it’s the wrong time to accelerate U.S.-Sudan normalization
Civil Society Welcomes Bipartisan Legislation to Tackle Global Violence
This timely legislation would require the U.S. government – in collaboration with global civil society – to develop a 10-year strategy to bring down current levels of global violence and better address the root causes of violence, violent conflict, and fragility that drive recurrent global crises.