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Aegis Students and the Wiener Library Exibition Project

Aegis Students is the youth arm of the Aegis Trust committed to campaigning, educating, and fundraising to end genocide. Since 2006 Aegis Students has worked as a grassroots organization in universities and schools in the UK, Rwanda and USA. Here is their new project: This week from the...

Myanmar bans Time magazine, CMH Global Arts After School, War Deaths in Syria,  Grim Anniversary in Sudan

Myanmar bans Time magazine, CMH Global Arts After School, War Deaths in Syria, Grim Anniversary in Sudan

Our weekly round-up of must-read stories you might have missed: Myanmar bans Time magazine for story about monk; CMH Global Arts After School summer programming; War Deaths in Syria Said to Top 100,000; A Grim Anniversary in Sudan. - Myanmar bans Time magazine for story about monk -...

We are fasting for Darfur. Join us!

We are fasting for Darfur. Join us!

On February, we wrote: Support i-ACT and 100-day Fast for Darfur!: 2013 marks the 10th anniversary of the escalation of violence in Darfur. To honor the victims and stand with the survivors, we are tag-team fasting for 100 days, starting on April 6th and ending July 14, 2013. We said we...

The dirty hand of Qatar in Sudan’s conflicts

Dr. Anne Bartlett is Professor of Sociology and Director of the Graduate Program in International Studies at the University of San Francisco. She recently posted about The dirty hand of Qatar in Sudan’s conflicts, published on Sudan Tribune. First, the facts: ‘There is a certain...

Join our One Million Bones Discussion Group tomorrow!

Last week we published an article about the One Million Bones initiative: on June 8, one million handmade human bones, created by students, artists, and activists will be laid on the National Mall as a symbolic mass grave and visible petition for bold action towards an end to genocide and...

Join One Million Bones on June 8 on the National Mall, Washington D.C.

On June 8, one million handmade human bones, created by students, artists, and activists will be laid on the National Mall as a symbolic mass grave and visible petition for bold action towards an end to genocide and mass atrocities. The installation will cover the area between 3rd and 7th...

One Million Bones, a social arts practice to raise awareness of ongoing genocides and mass atrocities

One Million Bones, a project of The Art of Revolution, is a large-scale social arts practice which combines education, hands-on art making, and public installations to raise awareness of ongoing genocides and mass atrocities in Sudan, South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo,...

Trading Conflict for Coffee in DRC, Darfur is -not- over, Oslo Freedom Forum

Trading Conflict for Coffee in DRC, Darfur is -not- over, Oslo Freedom Forum

Our weekly round-up of must-read stories you might have missed. In focus this week: Trading Conflict for Coffee in DRC; Current media focus on conflicts such as Syria means people can be forgiven for assuming "Darfur is over". It's not, says Olivia Warham, Director of Waging Peace; 2013...

We need to talk about Sudan Campaign and Exhibition

We need to talk about Sudan is a student-led campaign. Students come from a variety of disciplines, backgrounds, and from all over the UK, uniting in their effort to break the silence on the mass atrocities currently perpetrated in Sudan. We believe that everyone has the ability to make a...

DR Congo toughest place for mothers, Dhaka, Rios Montt, TEDxKhartoum

DR Congo toughest place for mothers, Dhaka, Rios Montt, TEDxKhartoum

Our weekly round-up of must-read stories you might have missed. In focus this week: DR Congo toughest place for mothers, Dhaka, Bangladesh's worst industrial accident; Former leader of Guatemala, Rios Montt convicted of genocide; Sudan shuts TEDx community forum. - DR Congo toughest...




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