Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) strongly condemns the Government of Sudan's plans to send 10,500 of its own troops to quell continuing violence in Darfur...
In the Wake of Supreme Court Ruling, US Must Try Detainees Under Uniform Code of Military Justice and Geneva Conventions
Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) today called upon the President and Congress to try detainees for war crimes in accordance with the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
Eleven human rights, humanitarian and advocacy organizations, including Physicians for Human Rights, sent a letter to the 15 members of the UN Security Council today urging them to deploy a UN peacekeeping force in Darfur as soon as possible.
Groups Urge President Bush to Speed Deployment of International Force in Darfur; US Must Do More to Meet Humanitarian Needs and Press All Parties to Implement Darfur Peace Agreement
As the security situation in Darfur continues to deteriorate, one month after the signing of the Darfur Peace Agreement (DPA), eight leading human rights and humanitarian groups have called on President Bush to speed the deployment of the UN peacekeeping force...
PHR Condemns the Arbitrary Detention and Arrest of Two Human Rights Lawyers in Darfur: Group Fears for Detainees' Safety and Calls for their Immediate Release
PHR strongly condemns the detention and arrest on May 16th of two human rights lawyers in Darfur and calls on the Government of Sudan to release them unharmed in the absence of legitimate charges...