President Obama must recognize that, however well intended, it was a miscalculation to lift most economic and diplomatic pressure on Burma two years ago.
As President Obama prepares to visit Burma in November, he should follow the Special Rapporteur and speak out against the systematic abuse of the Rohingya.
The Obama administration should not be declaring "Mission Accomplished" while there are reports that as many as 80,000 Yazidis remain under siege in Iraq.
End Genocide President Tom Andrews urged lawmakers to condemn attacks against minorities in Burma and hold the government and military accountable at a U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee Hearing.
United to End Genocide today called on President Obama and other world leaders to denounce the outbreak of hate speech and violence in Mandalay, Burma .
With thousands of lives at stake, End Genocide applauds passage of a House Resolution demanding Burma end the persecution of Burma's Rohingya.
United to End Genocide is pleased that Sudanese President Bashir chose not to travel to the U.S. to attend UN meetings, but he is not where he belongs – at the International Criminal Court.
Six major human rights groups representing hundreds of thousands of supporters released a letter today to the Hotel Association of New York City, urging all of their 260 member hotels in the greater metro region to deny Sudanese President Bashir accommodations.
The Administration must stop Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir from entering the U.S. and ensure that he faces justice at the International Criminal Court.
The Global Day for International Justice reminds us that it is time for governments to hold accomplices of genocide accountable under international law.