The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum's Early Warning project has identified Burma as the #1 country at risk of state-led mass killing. Here's 8 reasons why.
The failure of peacekeepers to report evidence of crimes in Darfur must be put in context with the more pressing problem – people are still dying in Darfur.
Burma's government says it is now offering a pathway to citizenship for the Rohingya. But a closer look shows what this really means.
How do you make high school students in North Carolina care about a conflict occurring in South Sudan? Memes.
Syrian children have left their home but not their dreams. The Peace and Hope art exhibit by Syrian refugee children shows stories of loss and resilience.
Fatou Bensouda, Chief Prosecutor, International Criminal Court and Stephen J. Rapp, US Ambassador-at-Large for War Crimes, headline Darfur conference.
Egypt one of the largest recipients of foreign aid from the United States. Why then is the U.S. silent about their welcoming a man wanted for genocide?
Amb. Booth's speech may have lived up to the “major address” billing but it now needs to be followed up by action for the people of Sudan and South Sudan.
The perpetrators of genocide don’t often get to tell their own stories. But the documentary, The Act of Killing, gives the killers in Indonesia a chance.
Ten months after fighting first broke out, the world is finally moving on South Sudan. But will it be enough?