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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. The soldiers rounded up the villagers, beat them with their guns, and separated the men and women by force. Then the soldiers stayed until 4:00 AM the following […]

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Letter Sent to the UN Security Council Urging Action

Submitted by admin on Wed, 18/11/2015 – 12:53pm Darfur Women Action Group’s Letter to the United Nations Security Council Re: 221 Tabit Women Raped October 2014 We, the undersigned, write today to express our deep concern about the continuing surge of violence that has devastated the lives of people in Darfur, Sudan. We are particularly […]

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Add your Voice: No Impunity for Rape

On November 1, 2014, residents of Tabit, Darfur, Sudan reported the mass rape of women and girls in the town by hundreds of Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) soldiers from a nearby garrison. Since then, the Government of Sudan has repeatedly denied access to UNAMID personnel to investigate and has intimidated victims and witnesses; UNAMID has […]