Recent events have catapulted Sudan back into the headlines, and the international community is beginning to take notice of the deteriorating humanitarian and political situation throughout the country. Many of the key components of Sudan’s Comprehensive Peace Agreement, or CPA, which ended a 22-year civil war, have not been implemented. This is particularly troubling in light of the short amount of time before national elections next February and the South’s self-determination referendum in 2011.
Now is the time to keep the pressure on the White House to help put a stop to the ongoing genocide in Darfur and ensure that the United States takes the lead in establishing a comprehensive peace strategy for Sudan as a whole.
Join Enough Co-founder John Prendergast and Executive Director John Norris today at 2:00p.m. EST for a Sudan Activist Conference Call to discuss recent developments, including the U.S.-hosted conference this week that aimed to re-engage signatories and key guarantors to the CPA.
Call in toll-free: (877) 637.2077
Conference ID: 16454039
UPDATE: John and John, along with John Bagwell from Enough’s advocacy team, fielded some interesting questions during this afternoon’s activist call. Have a listen to the full call in this recording.