Anne-Marie Slaughter's article, "Obama should remember Rwanda as he weighs action in Syria," in the New York Times advises the President to look back on the United States' position on the Rwandan Genocide while considering a larger presence in the Syrian conflict.
In the DRC, rape and sexual violence has reached an alarming extent. Persistently used against women, it is affecting the integrity of the whole civil society. As the G8 tries to address sexual violence in the DRC, perpetrators and victims speak out about mass rape: 'We could do what we wanted' says a soldier who raped 53 women.
Rebel Chief Suspends Constitution for 3 Years By Adam Nossiter 26 March 2013 DAKAR, Senegal — The leader of the rebel group that seized power in the Central African Republic, Michel Djotodia, announced
Genocide Watch is the Coordinator of the International Alliance to End Genocide. Founded in 1999, the Alliance is made up of 47 organizations from around the world and was the first coalition of organizations focused completely on preventing genocide.