LINKS TO OTHER DARFUR-RELATED SITES
Established in 2004, GI-NET is one of the leading organizations committed to activism on Darfur and other major atrocities around the world. One of its primary goals is to mobilize "a permanent anti-genocide constituency that lobbies our leaders for substantial action."
Taking Action Now: Darfur
STAND is the nationwide, student-led division of the Genocide Intervention Network, which mobilizes high school and college-age young
adults through more than 850 campus chapters.
Save Darfur is an alliance of over 180 faith-based, advocacy and humanitarian organizations dedicated to ending the genocide in Darfur.
The Coalition’s member organizations represent 130 million people of all ages, races, religions and political affiliations united together to help the people of Darfur.
Challah for Hunger
Challah for Hunger is a national student organization that addresses humanitarian issues in a unique way:
through the creation and sale of challah. The organization is based at the Claremont Colleges,
with new chapters forming across the country. To date, the organization has raised over
$55,000 for the American Jewish World Service Emergency Appeal for Darfur.
Sudan activism site
mtvU, a new MTV channel targeted at the college audience, has put together
a website of links and suggested avenues for student action.
Rights Watch: Sudan
Provides comprehensive information about human rights violations in
the country of Sudan, including information about the Darfur region.
Research on Sudan
Smith College professor Eric Reeves has been conducting independent
research on Sudan for years, and his reports offer valuable insight
into the situation in Darfur and Sudan in general.
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