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The Heart of Nuba: Oscar Nominations, New Screenings and Donation Cards

We are proud to be a partner of The Heart of Nuba (visit our page dedicated to the movie here) and we regularly keep you updated with their latest news and actions as we know many of you are interested in the work of Dr Tom Catena and support him. In their November 2018 Bulletin, The...

The International Community and Khartoum’s ‘Final Solution’ in Darfur

Sudan expert Eric Reeves has been writing about Sudan and Darfur for almost two decades. Working full-time as a Sudan researcher and analyst, Reeves has also testified several times before the Congress. When the MagkaSama Project was created in 2003 (read more here) to alert to the...

Gede Fest celebrates Creole culture between Haiti and New Orleans

The first edition of the multidisciplinary Gede Fest (from October 25 to November 3, 2018) started yesterday in Haiti and takes place in Port-au-Prince and Jacmel. The festival mixes history, music, gastronomy and the arts, and explores all facets of Creole culture. We can read on...

The Golden Laundromat: The conflict gold trade from eastern Congo to the United States and Europe (The Sentry)

We regularly mention The Sentry on the MagkaSama Project, an initiative of the Enough Project and Not On Our Watch. As you know, we supported several of the Enough Project campaigns over the years on topics we focus on such as conflict minerals and human rights. The Sentry publishes news...

The Heart of Nuba Film Screening on October 20, 2018 in Washington DC

For several years now, and more importantly since 2016 when we organized in Paris the first screening in France of the movie The Heart of Nuba, we have been supporting the fantastic, brave work of Dr. Tom Catena in the Nuba Mountains, in Sudan. In 2003 when the MagkaSama Project was...

Act for Sudan: ‘The United States must expel Mohammed Atta al-Moula’

Act for Sudan: ‘The United States must expel Mohammed Atta al-Moula’

Last month, Act for Sudan sent a letter to Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo, to express their concern over the acceptance in the United States of Sudan’s former Director of National Intelligence and Security Service (2009-2018), Mohammed Atta al-Moula as the new Charge d’Affaires...

Join iACT Refugees United Fundraiser in Carson, California!

We have supported several actions and initiatives by iACT over the years (read here), and we want to share with you an event they organize on September 29th, 2018. You can join their 3rd annual fundraiser when the LA Galaxy take on Vancouver Whitecaps in one of the last home games of the...

Interview Series: Sudan – Part 3: Interview with Esther Sprague (Sudan Unlimited)

It is hard for the Sudanese that I talk with to understand these polices of Europe and the U.S. In the past, both have been strong allies of the people of Sudan in their efforts to secure freedom, equal citizenship and a just peace. It does not make sense to Sudanese for the E.U. to...

Norway, UK and the United States condemn continued clashes in Jebel Marra, Darfur

A few days ago, the United Nations announced they wanted to scale down UNAMID’s mission in Darfur (read our news here). The Head of UN Peacekeeping, Jean-Pierre Lacroix, told the Security Council that the situation in Darfur has changed “radically for the better” and, as the needs...

La corruption au centre d’un Colloque international en Haïti

La corruption au centre d’un Colloque international en Haïti

C’est sur le site LoopHaiti que nous avons lu cette news : l’Université Quisqueya et la 1804 Institute, une organisation basée aux États-Unis ont organisé les 3 et 4 mai 2018, un colloque international sur la corruption au Campus de l’Uniq. Le thème retenu était...




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