- October 29, 2013Posted by:Comments:0Conflict-Free Campus Initiative (CFCI), who both attend William & Mary College. It’s also a call for you to join CFCI and STAND by signing on to an open letter from students across the country addressed to Special Envoy Russ Feingold.This post is a collaboration between our Mid-Atlantic Regional Organizer Jacob Sprang, and Chelsea Strelser, the Mid-Atlantic Campus Organizer for the
- October 28, 2013Posted by:Comments:0
This post is written by Danny Hirschel-Burns, STAND Policy Coordinator. It is the first post in a series on Burma, which we are featuring as part of our Burma: Preventing the Next Mass Atrocity campaign. This post provides an overview of United States-Burma relations, while others will delve more in-depth into issues affecting Burma today.
- October 24, 2013Posted by:Comments:0
STAND has decided to highlight the most important events of the past week by using pictures of important moments, meetings, and life throughout our conflict zones. We have pictures going over events in Democratic Republic of the Congo, Mozambique, Syria, Burma, the Central African Republic, and South Sudan.
- October 16, 2013Posted by:Comments:0
This blog is brought to you by Laura Wilkinson, STAND Communications Intern.
I never thought I would have a connection to the genocide prevention movement. I grew up in North Carolina, in a town of mostly white southerners with little international experience or knowledge. My time in high school, however, got me interested in international affairs and so I went off to N.C. State – a 15-minute drive from the house I grew up in – to pursue degrees in international relations and criminology.
- October 12, 2013Posted by:Comments:0
This piece was put together by STAND's Democratic Republic of the Congo Working Group, with contributions by Sean Langberg, Katy Lindquist, and Danny Hirschel-Burns.
- October 09, 2013Posted by:Comments:0
By David Sanker, STAND Advocacy Intern
- October 04, 2013Posted by:Comments:0
Welcome to the Education and Policy update for the week of October 3.
This week we compiled a series of Storify presentations about our perennial conflicts as well as two “emerging” conflicts. Storify collects information from all over the web (e.g. tweets, articles, videos, etc.) and presents it in narrative form.