Thanks to your actions, United to End Genocide President Tom Andrews was invited to testify at Congress today on Burma's growing ethnic strife and fragile political reforms.
Joint letter to President Obama requesting the Administration take the necessary steps to establish thorough reporting by U.S. companies in Burma.
Last week, President Obama has acted through Executive Order to renew sanctions on the import of rubies and jadeite from Burma.
United to Genocide sent a letter to President Obama urging him to maintain pressure on the Burmese government through all available means.
On June 26, the Burmese government announced that it was banning the distribution of the July 1 edition of TIME because of its controversial cover.
As parliamentarians from Burma visit Washington, Speaker Boehner should ask his guests what steps the Burma will take to end current atrocities.
United to Genocide sent a letter to Secretary of State John Kerry calling for urgent action by the United States regarding the escalating violence in Burma.
Kurt Campbell, former Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, strongly influenced Obama administration to lift sanctions on Burma.
A new outbreak of violence has broken out in central Burma leading to the deaths of at least 40 people and the displacement of another 10,000.
The Administration’s approach of “gentle persuasion and positive reinforcement,” must be re-examined and challenged.