In a surprising move, President Obama, with only a week left in his presidency, has made the decision to lift sanctions and open up trade with Sudan; a regime that has and continues to commit genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity against its own people.
This action was originally posted by Enough Project President Obama will embark on an historic trip to Kenya and Ethiopia in late July
Mr. Obama said that genocide is “a stain on our souls” and promised that “as a president of the United States I don’t intend to abandon people or turn a blind eye to slaughter.”
Malawi’s newly elected (and first female) president, Joyce Banda, has taken a crucial stand against indicted war criminal Omar al-Bashir by denying him attendance at her country’s upcoming African Union summit.
Amid reports of government-sponsored aerial bombardment of civilians, summary door-to-door executions and evidence of mass graves in Southern Kordofan, 54 human
Last year, the United States led a successful international diplomatic effort to secure a peaceful referendum for South Sudan. In private
For Immediate Release: May 20, 2011 Washington, D.C. – Sudan Now, a group of human rights and anti-genocide organizations, today called
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: WASHINGTON, D.C. – Sudan Now applauded the appointment of Dane Smith as the senior U.S. diplomat for Darfur,
Call for Intensified Diplomatic Efforts on Darfur, Justice, Human Rights FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 27, 2010. 10 a.m. Eastern CONTACTS: Joshua
On Friday, Foreign Policy Magazine broke the news suggesting that, after months of delay, a plan for moving the U.S. Policy