Words are not enough. The United States must act to prevent further violence and hold perpetrators to account.
Women in Tigray need urgent support to survive, and ultimately thrive in their recovery.
Kenya plans to turn its giant Kakuma and Dadaab camps into more open and integrated settlements, helping refugees access jobs and services.
It’s time to speak out on Sudan.
We call on the international community to take decisive preventative action to prevent further atrocities from being perpetrated.
Sudan’s conflict, now six months in, is quickly becoming a crisis of starvation.
An atrocity determination should be accompanied by concrete measures, including investigating and sanctioning any country complicit in these atrocities.
Join us for a discussion on the progress of the Cessation of Hostilities Agreement and the current human rights situation in Ethiopia.
Participants urged the importance of prioritizing the ongoing atrocities in Darfur and the need for elevated engagement by the United States.
Join us for an event featuring Sudanese refugee and diaspora voices as the Sudan conflict reaches the six month mark.