The Africa Faith and Justice Network advocates for responsible U.S. relations with Africa from a Catholic perspective.
The National Council of Churches USA, representing mainline Protestant, Orthodox, African-American and peace churches, posted resources about its advocacy for Darfur.
World Vision is a Christian relief and development agency working on poverty reduction worldwide. World Vision president Richard Stearns’ book The Hole in Our Gospel won the 2010 Christian Book of the Year award. One focus of its work is sustainable development, including microfinance — it opened a microlending website this spring and has already attracted $385,000 and made more than 1,250 […]
Human Rights Watch is an independent, nongovernmental organization dedicated to protecting human rights worldwide. Contact HRW via one of its local offices.
Ricken Patel is founding President and Executive Director of Avaaz, “a global web movement to bring people-powered politics to decision-making everywhere.” Avaaz has more than 20 million subscribers and activists.
Gregory Stanton is president of Genocide Watch, a Washington, D.C., organization that “exists to predict, prevent, stop, and punish genocide and other forms of mass murder,” including in Sudan. Its board of advisers includes academics from around the country.
United to End Genocide began as the Genocide Intervention Network at Swarthmore College in 2005 as a way to raise money to help resolve the Darfur crisis. It has developed into a network of campus groups across the country. It is now based in Washington, D.C.
The Save Darfur Coalition is an alliance of more than 170 faith, advocacy and humanitarian organizations, representing all the major religions and dozens of Jewish, Muslim and Christian groups. It advocates for public awareness and public policy change and provides aid. It is now part of the United to End Genocide coalition.
An international Buddhist organization.