I’ve been resisting writing this blog. I’ve started it a few times, but each time my hands touch the keyboard, I
That’s a dubious new record for a conflict that’s claimed nearly 40,000 lives and displaced some 4 million people. The numbers are staggering to comprehend. Imagine watching a film with 11,000 different shots of people taking that last step out of Syria into the unknown.
This is a personal response from Kathleen Scott, SGN team member since 2007, to Jeffrey’s Gettleman’s A Taste of Hope Sends
The team searched for a suitable donkey for the Human Rights Mobile Library. Donkeys are the main means of transportation for
The team makes it from KouKou to Goz Beida, and finally to Camp Djabal!
My return trip to Chad has been a bit surreal. The last time I was here, I was evacuated from my
After almost seven years of Darfur activism, what are we doing wrong? The people I first met in harsh refugee camps
After sitting here for a while in my comfortable living room, fingers hovering over my keyboard, I tried eagerly to come
It was nice to see Yuen-Lin (YL) and Eric (E) live on our computers last night. We tested the three way
During our visits to the camps, we are surrounded by children saying “HALLO,” reaching for our hands, and hoping we will