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April 14, 2014

by Invisible Children

3 ways MINUSCA can tackle the LRA threat in CAR // The Resolve

The following article is reblogged from Paul Ronan and our partners at The Resolve. Since its founding in 2007, The Resolve LRA Crisis Initiative has worked to end violent atrocities perpetrated  by the Lord’s Resistance Army, or LRA, and support the sustainable recovery of communities in Africa affected by LRA abuses. — Yesterday the UN Security Council passed a […]

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April 8, 2014

by Rebecca Argall

Rwanda: learning to remember

Genocide: the deliberate murder of a racial or cultural group. On April 6, 1994, the plane carrying Rwanda and Burundi’s presidents was shot down. This double assassination of two ‘Hutus’ (the majority ethnic group in Rwanda) was the spark that ignited 100 days of massacre that left 800,000 Rwandans dead. They were mostly, though not exclusively, from […]

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April 7, 2014

by Invisible Children

Samantha Power increases UN support in Central African Republic

Invisible Children is one in a coalition of NGOs that have been urging for stronger United States’ engagement in addressing the crisis in the Central African Republic (CAR). This week, we need your help in encouraging our policymakers to take action. U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power is traveling to Rwanda to commemorate the […]

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by Invisible Children

NY Times Magazine: Portraits of Reconciliation

Twenty years ago today, one of the worst human rights crises began to unfold. This week, in remembrance of the 20th Anniversary of the Rwandan Genocide, New York Times Magazine presented the powerful photoessay entitled “Portraits of Reconciliation”. // Last month, the photographer Pieter Hugo went to southern Rwanda, two decades after nearly a million people were […]

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April 2, 2014

by Emma Williamson

The EU commits 2.7 million dollars to the counter-LRA mission

Last week, we received the exciting news that the Obama Administration would be strengthening its efforts to help arrest Joseph Kony and end LRA violence by contributing at least four V-22 Osprey aircraft and additional military personnel to the counter-LRA mission. In the same week, we received even more encouraging news — the European Union […]

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March 26, 2014

by Invisible Children

A letter from President Obama

Before the LRA Disarmament bill was passed in 2010, no U.S. President had publicly said the words Joseph Kony or the LRA. Look how far we’ve come. Yesterday, March 25th 2014, President Barack Obama released a letter to Congress about the deployment of additional forces to central Africa, in compliance with the War Powers Act. a […]

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March 25, 2014

by Rebecca Argall

Increased U.S. support to catch Kony: it’s a big deal

Yesterday our CEO Ben Keesey brought us exciting news. The US will be deploying at least four V-22 Ospreys along with additional Air-Force Operations personnel to assist with the African Union (AU) operation to arrest Joseph Kony and end the violence of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) in central Africa. Here are some of the […]

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March 24, 2014

by Invisible Children

Invisible Children welcomes announcement of increased U.S. support to arrest Kony

Late Sunday night, the Obama Administration announced its plans to deploy V-22 Osprey military aircraft to support efforts by the African Union (AU) to end the violence of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) and protect civilians in central Africa. The announcement serves as a significant and very encouraging indicator of the Administration’s commitment to help […]

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March 17, 2014

by Invisible Children

London Exhibition: “In Kony’s Shadow”

Along the Thames River runs a variety of London’s culture. From historic places such as Westminster Abbey and London Bridge, to a new age art scene and outlawed skate park – it is a hot spot for both tourists and locals to take a stroll. Located strategically along that walk is a small art gallery […]

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March 14, 2014

by Rebecca Argall

5 things you should know about the International Criminal Court

Last Friday the ICC (or International Criminal Court) made its second ever conviction. Germain Katanga was convicted of complicity in the 2003 massacre of more than 200 people in the village Bogoro, which is in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. Despite the regional proximity, the crimes of Kataga don’t have anything to do with the LRA, […]

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