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.
As the march toward genocide continues in Burma, it's business as usual as Defense Secretary Hagel meets with his Burmese counterpart in Hawaii.
Deteriorating conditions have put Burma on a downward trajectory that could end in the world’s next genocide without immediate action by the United States and the international community.
Cambodia remind us that the impact of genocide is long lasting and the consequences of such a tragedy should never be allowed to go ignored.
Since February 28, a new wave of bloody attacks has been unleashed against civilians in Darfur. The silence from the international community is deafening.
United to End Genocide joined 14 other groups to thank Senators Kaine (D-VA) & Rubio (R-FL) for introducing the Syrian Humanitarian Resolution of 2014.
The last two years have been defining ones for Burma, the next two are likely to be even more critical.
Lifesaving medical care is being denied to Burma's Rohingya ethnic minorities. Burma must allow Doctors Without Borders open their doors again.
The International Criminal Court has charged President Bashir with crimes against humanity, war crimes & genocide. Nine countries welcomed him last year.