Today, June 30, 2016 marks another ill-conceived effort by the United Nations to close Yida Refugee Camp. Learn more.
The University of Memphis serves as the host of the Governor's School for International Studies which takes place on the U of M Campus each year during the month of June. This year featured a presentation and workshop led by Operation Broken Silence's Executive Director Mark Hackett.
Read the story behind a recent photo from Yida Refugee Camp, South Sudan.
Senator Corker (R-TN) is uniquely positioned to move important foreign policy legislation forwards. Here's 5 great reasons why he should do just that.
Read the story behind a photo about saved lives.
A brief update on the fundraising campaign for our educational program.
Read the story behind one of our movement's favorite photos.
During the month of April 2016, SUDO (UK)’s network of human rights monitors have reported and verified 98 incidents of human rights abuses across Sudan involving 12 Sudanese states. A further five reports were also submitted concerning three instances of ethnic violence, killing 18 militia members on all sides, a report on the arrival of approximately 236 families displaced from the fighting in Jebel Marra to three IDP Camps situated in Marshang locality, South Darfur, as well as the appalling humanitarian conditions faced by South Sudanese refugees in East Darfur.
The Sudanese government has spoken out against remaining on the US State Department’s “State Sponsors of Terrorism” list, despite it's continued support of international, regional, and domestic terrorism. Learn more.
44 organizations from across the United States are calling on Congress to pass S.2551. Learn more.