By: Elijah Brown Genocide rumbles forward in Darfur even as powers around the world turn a blind eye and roll back sanctions. With 3 million Darfuris at risk, the U.S. is set to lift sanctions after a review period ends in July.
By: EthicsDaily Staff A new series will appear on EthicsDaily.com in April 2017 aimed at further informing readers about genocide by focusing on a few manifestations since 1900: Bosnia, Darfur, Nigeria, Rwanda and the Holocaust.
By: Brian Kaylor The general secretary of the Association of Baptist Churches in Rwanda was honored during the Baptist World Congress for his human-rights efforts in the face of ethnic prejudice and genocide.
By: Martin Brooks Rampant tribalism and greed have demolished South Sudan. A proposed transitional government may help, but violence and retribution will likely continue until those with power embrace benevolence.
By: BWA Staff Baptists in Africa have expressed deep displeasure at ongoing conflicts on the continent that have led to "wanton destruction of life and property of defenseless and vulnerable citizens."
By: Dávid Gál New Site is a ghost city in South Sudan since a full-scale conflict erupted in December. New Site Baptist Church is the place where God's children can meet in peace even amid a civil war.
An international advocacy movement formed around the Darfur crisis, yet the movement was never able to achieve its primary goal of ensuring civilian protection. Rebecca Hamilton explains why in "Fighting for Darfur."
Women and children as victims of war and its aftermath in places such as Liberia and the Sudan face physical torture, rape and sexual violence. When will we put an end to our silence, which condones these heinous acts?