Calling these attacks genocide means we should be doing more to protect the innocent civilians who are being targeted because of the god they pray to.
The time for pleading and begging South Sudan's government to implement a peace deal is over. Atrocities listed in a UN report demand immediate action.
United to End Genocide runs a full-page newspaper ad in Sunnylands California calling for ASEAN summit Presidents to act to "Save the Rohingya”.
President Obama must use the upcoming U.S.-ASEAN summit to demand an end to the attacks against Burma’s ethnic minority Rohingya.
More than 3,500 asylum seekers from Darfur living in Jordan are in danger of being forced back into the hands of a brutal regime that is run by a mass murderer.
We urge political leaders to reject the politics of fear and support a robust refugee resettlement program to address the worst refugee crisis since WW II.
Burma’s ethnic minority Rohingya were disqualified from voting, denied citizenship and vilified in Burma’s national elections. This poisoned atmosphere against Muslims in general and the Rohingya in particular will not simply end because of an election.
Findings of “Strong Evidence” of genocide against Burma’s Rohingya by Yale's Human Rights Law Clinic requires action by the international community.
Whether Bashir is sent to the ICC speaks volumes about whether governments such as India – and the United States – are willing to stand for the victims of genocide.
The U.S. has spoken out against the disenfranchisement, the hate speech campaigns, and the discrimination against the Rohingya. What is missing is action.