Blog Posts in Guest Posts

Posted by Guest Contributor on Sep 23, 2013
Refugees in Blue Nile State, Sudan

This week I published the fifth update to my original May 6, 2011 report and data spreadsheet on military attacks on civilians and humanitarians in Sudan. 

Posted by Annie Callaway on Apr 25, 2013
Annie Callaway, Guest Blogger

Not only do universities educate students on issues of social justice, but they also serve as venues for students to organize around these issues and generate substantive change in society. Today, student leaders at Brown, Dartmouth, and Yale are seizing their opportunity to stimulate change by releasing a joint statement calling for responsible investment policies in relation to conflict minerals sourced from eastern Congo. Brown, Dartmouth, and Yale all participate in the Conflict-Free Campus Initiative, or CFCI, a network of more than 150 campuses worldwide, in this rising call for action.

Posted by Guest Contributor on Apr 16, 2013
Dr. Ellen J. Kennedy

Guest blogger Ellen J. Kennedy, Ph.D., is the Founder and Executive Director of World Without Genocide at William Mitchell College of Law.

Posted by Guest Contributor on Apr 2, 2013
Mickey Jackson, STAND

Are you a high school or college student with strong leadership skills and a passion for growing the anti-genocide movement? If so, I’d like to encourage you to apply for one of the many positions that are now open on STAND’s national leadership team. In case you aren’t familiar with STAND, we are a student-led organization consisting of high school and college chapters around the country, all of whom are dedicated to mobilizing their communities to prevent and stop mass atrocities. We were originally formed in response to the Darfur genocide, and the scope of our advocacy now includes ongoing atrocities in Sudan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Burma, and Syria.

Posted by Guest Contributor on Feb 28, 2013

Guest blogger Jimmy Mulla reflects on the 10 year anniversary of the conflict in Darfur through the perspective of a friend from just one of the many villages destroyed there by a government-sponsored campaign of violence.