United to End Genocide President Tom Andrews speaks to the US House of Representatives about the reality of grim human rights violations in Burma.
The U.S. was critical in helping South Sudan gain independence. Now we are needed again to help it from falling apart.
Given the reports of violence along ethnic lines, United to End Genocide is concerned that observed violence in Kenya could boil over into larger conflict.
It's time for the United States to push for cross-border delivery of humanitarian aid in Syria and take a more aggressive approach to saving lives.
What amount of suffering should Darfur’s victims endure for the UN Security Council to act decisively on the situation in Darfur?
With the wars in both Sudan and South Sudan escalating, the United States needs to enhance its efforts in the areas of accountability and consequences, diplomacy and peacemaking, democracy building, and aiding and protecting the most vulnerable.
Watchers of the Sky looks at past and present instances of genocide and the slow but hopeful process of eliminating this atrocity from our future.
South Sudan President Salva Kiir and rebel leader Riek Machar agreed to work towards peace and establish a transitional government within the next 60 days.
The deadly bombing of civilians by the Sudanese military and militia groups has reached “unprecedented” severity and violence.