Seventh-grader Mara Kessler is urging President Obama to stand up for the Rohingya minority in Burma.
New York is one of the largest ivory markets in the world, contributing to an industry of human rights violations. Help pass a state ban on ivory sales.
Obama’s West Point speech painted a rosy picture of U.S. relations with Burma. Meanwhile, the southeast Asian country’s Muslim minority is suffering.
Those who are committing atrocities in Syria should know they are being watched and that there are countries ready to double down on the pursuit of justice.
The Rohingya people of Burma stand to gain greater international attention as the U.S. House of Representatives votes in favor of Resolution 418.
Ethnic and religiously motivated violence, burning of homes and hateful rhetoric are ominous warning signs of genocide in Burma.
The visit of John Kerry to South Sudan is welcome but if the specter of genocide is to be avoided, the momentum of his trip must be backed by action.
Unless the world takes action now to end the violence in South Sudan, further atrocities against civilians appear inevitable and imminent.
The UN peacekeeping mission in Darfur has withheld evidence about Sudan's involvement in serious crimes. An immediate investigation is needed.
Ninety-nine years later, the failure to confront the Armenian Genocide still impacts us today.