The archived version of this site is available here,
although it ceased to be updated as of February 23, 2005.
November 23, 2005
Darfur: Genocide Before Our Eyes,
ed. by Joyce Apsel, Published by the Institutefor the Study
of Genocide, 2005. Full
November 18, 2005
a Postcard to the President for action to protect the
children of Darfur. More
ISG Resolution on Darfur, Passed November 11, 2005 (Microsoft
November 2, 2005: LET CONGRESS KNOW
Over 80% of Americans supported a tougher response to the
current situation in Darfur, according to a May survey by
the International Crisis Group and Zogby polls. To find
out more about the situation and how you can influence public
opinion, see the websites of the International Crisis Group
the Save Darfur coalition (an alliance of 134 faith-based,
humanitarian, and human rights organizations),
savedarfur.org, and the Genocide Intervention Fund,
October 28, 2005
New From Eric Reeves: "All
America's Sudan strategy has changed---for the worse
As published in The
New Republic (online), October 27, 2005.
|October 9th, 2005
The Fall 2005
newsletter is now available, featuring reports
and resolutions from the 6th Biennial Conference of
the International Association of Genocide Scholars.
|August 4, 2005
by Eric Reeves at a Congressional briefing: "Genocidal
Rape and Assault in Darfur", July 21, 2005. (sponsored
by members of the Congressional Caucus on Women's Issues,
the Congressional Caucus on Human Rights, and the Genocide
July 28, 2005
The New Republic magazine on-line has published a weeklong
“crash course” on Darfur (July 18-22). Five installments
by Eric Reeves offer an overview of the Darfur crisis, including
issues of genocide, the international response, and the
demands of the moment.
WHO IS DYING
TOWARD THE DARFUR GENOCIDE
The 6th biennial
conference of the International Association of Genocide
Scholars was held June 4-7, 2005.
A list of
abstracts presented at the conference is available here.
you want to know:
The Institute for the Study of Genocide (ISG) and the International
Association of Genocide Scholars (IAGS) advance and review such
research. Besides this, their officers and members advise media,
governments and intergovernmental organizations concerned with early
warning and prevention.
- What is genocide?
- When and why do genocides occur?
- What kinds of studies of historical and contemporary cases
- What is the role of comparative studies of genocide?
- What kinds of explanation have we come up with?
- Who is doing research in this area?
- Where can you learn more?
- What kinds of actions and institutions could prevent such