- 06/06/2010Posted by:
In this week's issue: More clashes are reported in South Darfur; a splinter group of Burma's NLD registered for the elections; MONUC will transition to MONUSCO in July with a greater focus on civilian protections
The Week That Was, May 26 to June 2, 2010, compiled by Joshua Kennedy of GI-Net and the STAND E-team.
- 05/24/2010Posted by:In this week's issue: Violence is escalating between Darfuri rebels JEM and the Sudanese police; the US has formally extended sanctions against Burma for another year; representatives from different industries met with the Department of State to discuss ensuring their minerals are conflict-freeWeekly News Brief, May 14 to 21, 2010, compiled by Joshua Kennedy of GI-Net and the STAND E-team.05/17/2010Posted by:
In this week's issue: at least 107 people have been killed in inter-tribal fighting in Darfur since March; officials warn that Burma's elections will not be legitimate; Congress passed an act to address the ongoing LRA threat in Central Africa05/13/2010Posted by:In this week's issue: an official from Sudan's National Election Commission recognized cases of vote rigging; 10,000 Karen have fled to Thailand escaping expected clashes; Five people were killed when Mai Mai militia attacked a town in North KivuWeekly News Brief, April 30 to May 9, compiled by Joshua Kennedy at GI-Net and the STAND E-team.05/03/2010Posted by:In this week's issue: Tribal clashes in South Darfur left 52 dead; several ceasefire groups officially rejected Burma's Border Guard Force proposal; ICG released a report on responding to the LRA threat in central AfricaWeekly News Brief - April 23 to 30, 2010, compiled by Joshua Kennedy of GI-Net and the STAND E-team. To receive weekly news briefs, trivia, and a discussion guide, email email@example.com/02/2010Posted by:
While STAND began as a Darfur group, recent years have seen our mission expand to concern all areas of genocide and mass atrocities world-wide. Fulfilling such an expansive mission is no easy task. As strong of an organization as STAND is, it is unrealistic to think that we could educate and advocate on any and every spot in the world where civilians are targeted for systematic violence. To be most effective, we must prioritize and focus on a few, most urgent, crises around the world. How do we decide?05/02/2010Posted by:
Last week's trivia and discussion concerned the possible MONUC withdrawal from Congo and consequences as a result.
Trivia: possible repercussions of MONUC leaving Congo04/26/2010Posted by:
In this week's issue: fifty people were killed reportedly due to cattle raiding south of Nyala; Kachin Independence Organization troops are training opposition groups who refused to join Burma's Border Guard Force; FARDC executed 49 civilians earlier this month in Congo