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last update: january 11th, 2011

january 11th, 2011

Let's Build a Better Map of Southern Sudan

Sudan is preparing to vote on January 9 to decide if the South will become independent from the North. The referendum is part of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement signed in 2005 ending the Civil War, which lasted 22 years and led to the deaths of an estimated 2 million people. Analysts fear the possibility of renewed violence.

 

Follow the link to find out how you can help build a better map of Southern Sudan, and visit www.satsentinel.org for a full overview of the Satellite Sentinel Project, as well as daily updates.

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january 11th, 2011

Clooney: Policy Wonks and Super Nerds Get Injection of MTV Style

"Frankly, our team of policy wonks and super nerds could use an injection of MTV style,” George Clooney said today. And our Satellite Sentinel Project did just get a little hipper with the news that MTV and mtvU, the channel’s 24-hour college network, would team up to amplify the findings of the satellite imagery and analysis initiative.

 

Follow the link for more info about the team-up, and visit www.satsentinel.org for a full overview of the Satellite Sentinel Project, as well as daily updates.

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last updated june 3rd, 2013

june 3rd, 2013

Kony's Ivory: How Elephant Poaching in Congo Helps Support the Lord's Resistance Army

The Lord’s Resistance Army, or LRA, is now using elephant poaching as a means to sustain itself. LRA leader Joseph Kony—wanted by the International Criminal Court for war crimes and crimes against humanity—has ordered his fighters to bring him elephant tusks.Eyewitnesses report that the LRA trades tusks for much-needed resources such as food, weapons and ammunition, and other supplies.

march 20th, 2013

Wired UK Magazine Profiles Satellite Sentinel Project

“The Satellite Sentinel Project's methods have overturned the idea of what investigating human-rights abuses means,” writes Ian Daly in Wired UK magazine. This is an excerpt from his Satellite Sentinel Project profile, "Can you spot the human rights abuses here? You can with real-time satellite tracking," which appears in the March 2013 issue. You may download the magazine from iTunes or the Google Play Store, or read the full article online.

march 19th, 2013

Board Members Don Cheadle and John Prendergast Joint Op-Ed: "Lessons from Darfur, 10 years later"

This op-ed originally appeared on USA Today.

 

After our first trip to Darfur together nearly a decade ago, we were certain that the enormity of the human rights crimes unfolding there would result in a major international response.

 

 

january 25th, 2013

Fighting Leads to Largest Displacement of Darfuris in Years

On January 16, the U.N. Resident and Humanitarian Coordinatorin Sudan confirmed the biggest forced displacement in Darfur in recent years.

january 24th, 2013

Sudans Report Withdrawal of Armies from Buffer Zone Along Contested Border

For months, the two Sudans have been facing off along their contested border. In September, they agreed to establish a buffer zone, 10 km north and south of the agreed upon center line, to separate their armed forces and reduce tension in the region. In the past week, both the governments of Sudan and South Sudan finally reported that their troops have withdrawn on their respective sides of the center line and will withdraw from the Safe Demilitarized Border Zone, or SDBZ.

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