You’ve indulged in turkey and pies on Thursday, perhaps did some shopping on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, and now, in a moment of reflection and gratitude, please consider giving to the International Justice Project (IJP) for #GivingTuesday, December 2, 2014. Today, your support will help the IJP continue its work on behalf of the survivors of the world’s most heinous crimes – genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity. With your help, we can continue to raise awareness of the ongoing grave human rights abuses in Darfur and help support the local Darfurian community and victims of mass atrocities. Click here to support the IJP on #GivingTuesday 2014.
In addition to our continual support of the local Darfurian community through our Emergency Response Network, the IJP has also been working tirelessly to support victims of mass atrocities through:
- Advocacy work with Congress and in The Hague, Netherlands, where IJP co-founders represent victims in the Darfur situation at the International Criminal Court (ICC);
- Non-governmental organization policy papers and statements on victims’ rights and international cooperation at the ICC;
- Co-hosting a conference in Tanzania on the future of the ICC and accountability efforts in Africa on Nov. 12-13, 2014.
A more detailed description of our most recent endeavors can be found in the Fall/Winter 2014 IJP Newsletter.
Thank you all for your kind support in helping to create a more peaceful and just world!