Sudan Now formally ended in December 2011. The campaign, founded collectively in the summer of 2009 by a group of human rights organizations, challenged the U.S. government to advance the cause of peace in Sudan and South Sudan during some of the most critical moments in their history.

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Sudan Now


Why Sudan Now?

2011 is an important year for peace in both Sudans. Thanks in large part to your actions, the Obama administration invested heavily in the needed diplomacy for a peaceful referendum for the independence of Southern Sudan, but as we quickly approach South Sudan's independence on July 9, our work is far from over. Violence is on  the rise across the country, from the Nuba Mountains to Abyei to Darfur. Stand with us to demand that the Obama administration impose serious consequences on the Government of Sudan for continuing to brutally attack and displace its own men, women and children. More

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Impose Consequences Impose Consequences June 22, 2011

The U.S. incentives-focused Sudan policy isn't working. Together with all of our partners and activists across the country, we're pushing for President Obama to impose consequences on the Government of Sudan for ethnic cleansing and mass atrocities.

Week of Action Ad Week of Action Ad December 9, 2010

For the Week of Action for Sudan, our campaign is running ads in The New York Times, The Washington Post and Politico, asking President Obama and world leaders to take action. Check it out!

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