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Author: Chelsea Burns

Gration Calls On Activists: ‘Ask U.S.’

Gration Calls On Activists: ‘Ask U.S.’
Two of our partners, the Save Darfur Coalition and STAND, are part of ‘Ask U.S.’ a campaign to link the very active Sudan advocacy community with high-level policy makers ...
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Doctors to Congress: Don’t Forget About Darfur’s Women

Doctors to Congress: Don’t Forget About Darfur’s Women
“Violence against Darfuri women is not a women’s issue, it is an issue of accountability and justice,” proclaimed John Bradshaw, the Washington director of Physicians for Human Rights at a briefing filled with Congressional staffers and NGO representatives ...
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Activists Take to the Streets to Raise Awareness about LRA

Activists Take to the Streets to Raise Awareness about LRA
A significant crowd turned out on Saturday afternoon for the 5th annual GULUWALK, an international peace walk hosted in over 60 cities around the world ...
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Nicole Kidman to Congress: Impunity Stokes Sexual Violence

Nicole Kidman to Congress: Impunity Stokes Sexual Violence
Rarely does the Rayburn House Office Building see such a crowd, but with Academy Award winning actress and UNIFEM Goodwill Ambassador Nicole Kidman set to testify before the House Foreign Affairs Committee yesterday, people lined up to hear what she had to say about an issue she’s passionate about: international violence against women ...
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A Capitol Hill Screening of “War Child”

A Capitol Hill Screening of "War Child"
On Wednesday, October 7, the Enough Project, along with honorary co-hosts Congressman Donald. M Payne (D-NJ) and Congressman Frank R. Wolf (R-VA), will host the screening of the award-winning documentary "War Child" and a panel discussion with the film’s director, C. Karim Chrobog ...
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