PHR Warns President Bush's Unilateral Sanctions on Sudan Won't Stop Killing in Darfur; Calls on the US to Cooperate with International Criminal Court
Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) is concerned that President Bush's announcement of unilateral sanctions against 30 Sudanese companies and three individuals will not impact the government of Sudan enough to stop the bloodshed in Darfur.
As ICC Releases War Crimes Evidence, PHR Calls for Crime Prevention and Protection in Darfur and Arrest of Two Suspects
Today, as prosecutors at the International Criminal Court (ICC) named two Sudanese war crimes suspects, Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) calls for deployment of a robust peacekeeping force to prevent ongoing atrocities in the "world's largest crime scene" and to protect the millions of Darfurians who witness new crimes every day.
32 NGOs Urge UN Secretary General Ban to Pressure Sudan to Accept a Joint African Union/United Nations Peacekeeping Force for Darfur
Thirty-two human rights, humanitarian, religious and conflict prevention organizations praised Secretary General Ban in a statement released today for his intention to make ending the violence in Darfur a top priority...
25 Human Rights, Humanitarian and Conflict Prevention Organizations Call for Aggressive Diplomacy with the Sudanese Government
In a statement released today, an international coalition of 25 human rights, humanitarian and conflict prevention organizations condemned the Government of Sudan's (GOS) recent military build-up...
Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) cautiously welcomes the passage of UN Security Council (UNSC) Resolution 1706, which calls for the deployment of up to 20,500 peacekeepers to Darfur.