Four successes show that the news is not all bad in the world of atrocity prevention and that we have something hopeful to build off of for 2015.
How do you make high school students in North Carolina care about a conflict occurring in South Sudan? Memes.
Brandon Stanton's photos remind us that we are all humans and inspire us to care, help and act to stop mass atrocities and genocide.
The U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit offers a unique opportunity to break the political deadlock in South Sudan and save untold numbers of lives. Urge them to act.
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.
Seventh-grader Mara Kessler is urging President Obama to stand up for the Rohingya minority in Burma.
The world is marking the 20th anniversary of the Rwanda genocide. Let's remember and then act to prevent and stop the genocides that are happening today.
April is Genocide Prevention Month and is a time when we come together to commemorate past genocides and act to stop atrocities and prevent future ones.
Attacks against the International Criminal Court and other forms of international justice for crimes against humanity forget one thing. The victims.