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Volunteer Justice Poster Contest Coordinator

End Impunity is looking for a dedicated volunteer to begin in September 2012 to develop an annual justice poster contest (name to be determined), with the first contest to beginning soon thereafter. They will be responsible for assisting in the creation and development of the rules and regulations, logistics of accepting and voting on entries, […]

What’s your EI IQ?

Hey End Impunity readers – coming Wednesday January 11, get ready to test your EI IQ! We’ll post a pop quiz every Wednesday on our Facebook page, and the first person to get all the answers correct each week will win an End Impunity sticker packet. Make sure you’ve “liked” us on Facebook and get ready to play […]

Where Are They Now?: Joseph Kony

Joseph Kony is no stranger to international attention. No mere one-hit wonder, Kony is wanted by the ICC on 33 counts, including charges for rape, murder, enslavement, and forced enlisting of child soldiers. Since the late 1980s, his Lord’s Resistance Army has massacred thousands – without any known political agenda. A member of the elite […]

Most Wanted: Omar al-Bashir

Who? Omar al-Bashir was welcomed into the world on New Year’s Day, 1944. The son of a farmer, al-Bashir joined the Sudanese Army at the age of 16 and quickly rose to the rank of lieutenant-general, serving the Egyptian Army in the 1973 Yom Kippur War against Israel along the way. In June 1989, as […]

Justice Here, There, Anywhere?

There is much speculation about what will happen with the Tripoli Three — Muammar Gaddafi, Saif Gaddafi, and Abdullah al-Senussi — all indicted by the International Criminal Court in a move that is seen as having supported and contributed to the shockingly quick “Responsibility to Protect” military response in Libya.  After what the Libyan people […]

Bashir’s Game

It’s a deadly game, and Sudan’s al-Bashir knows how to play it.  If you’re a soccer fan, this will sound familiar.  In a match, you see a player that plays rough, always at the edge of what’s legal on the field.  He pushes opponents, using shoulders, elbows, and knees.  On contested headers, he goes in […]

Healing in Uganda

Joseph Kony, wanted by the International Criminal Court for war crimes and crimes agains humanity, has been terrorizing Northern Uganda and neighboring countries — including Sudan, Central African Republic, and the Democratic Republic of Congo — since 1986. His crimes are large in scale. They are mass atrocities. Within the mass, though, there is the […]

A New Directive on Mass Atrocities: Will it Bring New Results?

The Obama administration recently released its much anticipated Directive on Mass Atrocities.  Human rights groups see it as a positive step in mass atrocities and genocide prevention.  As with previous efforts, it is clear that directives, laws, and resolutions have to be put in to action in real situations, if they are to save lives. […]

Peace Begins with Justice

“Justice.  Without justice there is no peace.  If you start with justice, peace follows.  Then we can go home.” -Darfuri Refugee Years ago, I worked as a counselor for families with heavy behavior problems that had entered “the system” because of some form of child abuse.  The parents always thought that it would be my […]

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