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To: Members of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights Honourable Commissioners, Re: Call for Further ACHPR Action on Human Rights in Sudan We, the undersigned non-governmental organizations, are writing to urge you to ensure that serious…
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To all United Nations Security Council Members 2 August 2012 Dear Ambassador, 2 August 2012 marks the deadline for Sudan and South Sudan to comply with the African Union (AU) Roadmap for Peace and the United Nations (UN) Security Council Resolution 2046.…
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To: Members of the UN Security Council Dear Ambassador, We write in advance of your trip to Africa to highlight key human rights concerns we hope you will be in a position to address while in Sudan, Kenya, and Ethiopia. Sudan (Khartoum)As the Doha…
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28 Women Who Fled from the Darfur Conflict Welcome the ICC Warrant for al-Bashir

Today the International Criminal Court has issued a warrant for the arrest of General Omar al-Bashir. We, as survivors of the conflict in Darfur, ask you to support the process of international justice, to ensure that our people will see an end to…
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Letter to the Security Council

Your Excellency:     We write to urge the Security Council, in view of the recent horrific attacks carried out by the government of Sudan on civilian villages in West Darfur, to strongly and clearly respond to the government's continuing flagrant…
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To the League of Arab States     Your Excellency, We are writing to you in advance of your attendance at the meeting of the League of Arab States due to take place in Khartoum on 30-31 October 2007. We are encouraged by this initiative to discuss the…
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Letter to the U.N. Security Council

As the U.N. Security Council debates a binding resolution on Darfur, Human Rights Watch reiterates its findings and calls on the body to do more to protect civilians. We have been able to document, contrary to persistent denials by the Government of…
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(Washington, DC) - Under President Bush's November 13th Military Order on military commissions, any foreign national designated by the President as a suspected terrorist or as aiding terrorists could potentially be detained, tried, convicted and even…