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April is Genocide Awareness and Prevention Month

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April is designated as Genocide Awareness and Prevention Month each year, as it marks important anniversaries for multiple acts of genocide in the 20th century. Throughout the month, individuals and organizations join together to commemorate and honor victims and survivors, educate the public about past and contemporary genocides, and advocate for prevention against future mass atrocities. To support activists as they take action in their communities this April, the Enough Project has teamed up with partner organizations to create a Genocide Awareness and Prevention Month Toolkit.  Read More »

Janjaweed Torches South Darfur IDP Camp Next to UNAMID Base

Confirming reports that first emerged from local sources and Radio Dabanga, new Satellite Sentinel Project (SSP) imagery from March 26, 2014 shows more than 400 huts, tents, and temporary shelters burned by Sudanese government-backed Janjaweed forces in Khor Abeche, at a South Darfur camp for internally displaced people (IDPs) located near a peacekeeping base.  Read More »

School in Nuba Mountains Bombed for Second Time

The Heiban Bible College, located in the Nuba Mountain region of Sudan, was bombed on March 23, 2014, for the second time in a little over a year. The Nuba Mountains, alongside the Blue Nile region, have been the staging ground for the conflict between the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-North (SPLM-N) rebel group and the government of Sudan for more than three years.  Read More »

Bombed and Burned: Darfuri Civilians Flee East Jebel Marra En Masse

Destruction in East Jebel Marra (DigitalGlobe)

New Satellite Sentinel Project  imagery provides independent confirmation of Sudan Air Force, or SAF, bombardments in the mountainous Jebel Marra area of North Darfur, where civilians have been bombed for years.  Read More »

New Obama Administration Support to Counter-LRA Mission Boosts Efforts to Prevent Atrocities in Central Africa

On March 23, the Obama administration announced that it will bolster the counter-LRA mission by deploying at least four helicopters to help find Joseph Kony.   Read More »

The Forgotten Genocidal War in Darfur Revealed in New Satellite Photos

DigitalGlobe imagery - Saraf Omra, North Darfur, Sudan

 Our generation went to college when green “Save Darfur” rubber bracelets were ubiquitous on campuses across the country. Congress passed a unanimous resolution in 2004 declaring that the situation in Darfur amounted to a state-sponsored genocide by proxy Janjaweed militias. We stood on the National Mall and chanted “never again starts right now.” A decade later … Darfur is up in flames once again.  Read More »

Congressional Caucus Calls for Action on South Sudan Violence

On March 20, the Co-Chairs of Congressional Caucus on Sudan and South Sudan including Reps. Barbara Lee (D-CA), Frank Wolf (R-VA), Michael Capuano (D-MA), and Michael McCaul (R-TX), along with 48 other Members of Congress, led a bipartisan letter to the Administration, calling for targeted action and continued engagement on the violence occurring in South Sudan.   Read More »

ICC conviction of former Congo rebel commander is a missed opportunity

The judgment against Congolese former rebel commander Germain Katanga marked a milestone for the International Criminal Court (ICC).

For the first time in its 12 years, the court ruled on charges of sexual violence, although the result was disappointing, barely a whimper.  Read More »

Apply: 2014 Carl Wilkens Fellowship

Carl Wilkens Fellows

Applications are now being accepted for the Carl Wilkens Fellowship, a selective year-long, part-time program that aims to give a diverse set of individuals at every level of experience the tools and resources to build sustained political will to end genocide.  Read More »

New Report: Interrupting the Silence, Addressing Congo's Sexual Violence Crisis

A victim of a mass rape campaign in the town of Fizi, Democratic Republic of Con

Sexual and gender-based violence, or SGBV, has been a defining feature of a complex armed conflict in the Democratic Republic of the Congo that has endured for decades and is rooted in economic, political, land, and ethnic competition.  Read More »

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