South Sudan, A Country in Jeopardy
Time is running out for millions of people in South Sudan. There are dangerous warning signs of increased fighting and potential genocide.
Since fighting started in December 2013 between President Salva Kiir and his former vice president Riek Machar, an estimated 50,000 people have been killed, 1.9 million people have been forced from their homes and the threat of widespread famine looms.
Stop Ethnic Cleansing in Burma
An entire people are under attack not because of what they have done but because of who they are.
While Burma's government has sat by -- or even worse, participated in the fighting -- over 140,000 innocent civilians have been forced from their homes. Yet, the United States has continued to reward Burma by scaling back sanctions.
Contact President Obama now and demand that the United States take immediate action to stop the violence.
Caught in the Crossfire: Act now to stop the humanitarian crisis in Syria
The war in Syria has caused one of the worst humanitarian crises of our time. More than 6 million Syrians have fled their homes
Pleas for humanitarian aid have gone unheard and both the Syrian government and the rebels are blocking delivery of food, medical care and relief supplies.
Act now and tell President Obama and Congressional leaders to immediately address the humanitarian crisis in Syria.
President Obama, Sign the Arms Trade Treaty
The United States provided critical leadership in supporting passage of a global Arms Trade Treaty that will help keep arms out of the hands of dictators and warlords.
On December 24, 2014 the Arms Trade Treaty entered into force. But the United States has not ratified the treaty.
Urge President Obama to ask the Senate to join the international community of nations working to keep weapons out of the hands of the world's worst human rights abusers.
Don't Let Bashir Get Away With Murder
Sudan's president, Omar al-Bashir, the same man responsible for genocide in Darfur has turned his sights on South Kordofan and Blue Nile — slaughtering men, women and children and displacing hundreds of thousands of people.
We can not stand by and watch as Bashir gets away with murder.
Please tell Secretary Kerry to stop looking the other way as he wages yet another war against the people of Sudan.