For those in Sudan and South Sudan still suffering from violence and displacement, The Good Lie shows how humanity at its best can make a difference.
Saying the word Burma's government is afraid to hear, Rohingya, is the first step in a country where its President has declared “There are no Rohingya”.
The Central African Republic is teetering on the edge. By making a long-term commitment to peace building and economic development, we can change that.
Congress is making its voice heard in the fight against genocide in Iraq. President Obama should be too.
With the right organizational changes and sustained support, the Atrocities Prevention Board can make a stronger impact on U.S.foreign policy.
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.
Each day that passes without a political solution is a day closer to famine in South Sudan. Calls for sanctions by Rep. Ed Royce, is the right next step.
The UN must ensure that UNAMID has the focus, resources, capacity, and will to deliver and report on its core mandate to protect civilians in Darfur.
With the lives of 40,000 at immediate risk of genocide in Iraq, End Genocide supports President Obama's decision to take action to protect innocent civilians.
Concerned that conditions in Burma have taken a sharp turn for the worse, 72 lawmakers ask Kerry to undertake a significant recalibration of U.S. policy.