Month: May 2012

The May STAND Digest looks back on what led to the current conflict between Sudan and South Sudan, and provides an update on Canada’s current, official stance on the violence in Heglig and against minorities in Khartoum. Download the pdf.… Read More

A summary of the news from the Sudans and the DRC the past two weeks. Click on the title for the full article. SUDAN & SOUTH SUDAN Thousands of South Sudanese Now Returning Home, Says IOM Last Friday, the International Organization of Migration (IOM) announced that at least 1,890 South Sudanese civilians who were stranded… Read More

Last month we gave you information regarding a unique opportunity to travel to Rwanda with our partner organization, Aegis Students, for a skill-development and knowledge-enhancing experience. This opportunity encompasses the chance to begin to comprehend the tragedy of the Rwandan genocide and to be inspired towards advocating towards peace, especially within post-conflict regions. If you are passionate… Read More

The Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies’ (MIGS) Will to Intervene Project and the Canadian Centre for the Responsibility to Protect are pleased to invite you to a special event to mark the passing of a municipal proclamation declaring “Will to Intervene Day” in Toronto on May 10, 2012. The Will to Intervene… Read More