Jonathan Hutson, the Enough Project, 202-386-1618, email@example.com
Mame Annan-Brown, Genocide Intervention Network, 347-564-2936, firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrea Clarke, Save Darfur Coalition, 202 460 6756, email@example.com
Julia Thornton, Humanity United, 650-587-2030, firstname.lastname@example.org
ADVISORY: Girifna student leader in Khartoum, Enough Project researcher in Juba and U.S. advocacy groups to join press briefing on Sudan election
Sudan Now’s press calls are being held each day this week at 10 a.m. Eastern Time. The calls are largely devoted to questions from journalists after very brief opening statements from the guest speakers. According to the Sudan Now campaign, the current implementation of the U.S. policy on Sudan has not addressed a number of extremely concerning developments including clear indications that the national election is neither free nor fair, ongoing government attacks that have killed hundreds and displaced thousands in recent months, and ongoing obstruction by the Government of Sudan in access for aid workers and UN investigators to Darfur.
Mark Lotwis, Acting President, Save Darfur Coalition
David Abramowitz, Director of Policy and Government Relations, Humanity United
DIAL IN NUMBER:
US/Canada Dial-in #: (877) 210-8943 – Conference ID # 68487901
Int'l/Local Dial-In #: (706) 902-0621 – Conference ID # 68487901
Sudan Now is a campaign led by a group of anti-genocide and human rights advocacy organizations committed to bringing meaningful and lasting peace to Sudan and encouraging strong American leadership and action to achieve this goal. The campaign challenges President Obama and top U.S. administration officials to live up to their promises to take strong and immediate action to help end the international crisis in Sudan and bring a lasting peace to Sudan’s people. Organizations participating in the campaign include Humanity United, the Enough Project at the Center for American Progress, Genocide Intervention Network, Stop Genocide Now, and Investors Against Genocide.