On Friday Oct. 6, the Trump administration decided to lift economic sanctions on the genocidal regime in Sudan citing, “the Government of Sudan’s sustained positive actions to maintain a cessation of hostilities in conflict areas in Sudan, improve hum... read more
I’m back in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) visiting JWW’s partner programs, speaking with civil society leaders on the forefront of the pro-democracy movement, and meeting with officials from MONUSCO...
Refugee Summit Must Address the Cause: Conflict. 65 million people, that’s the population of the United Kingdom. Imagine if the entire population of the UK was forced to flee their homes. What would the world’s response be? How would we help? Now thin... read more
Last weekend, heavy fighting broke out between government and opposition soldiers in Juba, South Sudan, killing approximately 300 and displacing thousands. It has been nearly a year since a peace agreement was signed in August 2015 to end the “meaningle... read more
* A special report from our consultant in the Democratic Republic of the Congo * Eastern Congo May 26 – Masses of demonstrators, mainly made up of civil society organizations and opposition parties’ supporters, joined in the streets this m... read more
Sudan’s President, Omar al-Bashir, recently traveled to two nearby African nations and faced no consequences, despite the fact that he is wanted by the International Criminal Court (ICC) for counts of genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity. O... read more