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last update: june 2nd, 2009

june 2nd, 2009

Not On Our Watch Grant to UNICEF to Support Zimbabwean Child Refugee Protection Programs

“I've seen first-hand how dire the situation is for Zimbabwean refugees in South Africa. Women are being raped, orphaned children have no protection, and thousands of people are without even the most basic supplies. Every-day survival has become a harrowing task,” said Not On Our Watch board member Matt Damon. “As the situation in Zimbabwe remains unresolved, the international community must stop sitting on the sidelines and instead take action to help those who need it most. Not On Our Watch is proud to support UNICEF's work in this critical time.”

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may 27th, 2009

Add Your Voice In Support of Aung San Suu Kyi

Not On Our Watch is proud to announce its support of 64forSuu.org, a new website calling for the release of Burma’s pro-democracy leader, Aung San Suu Kyi--as well as all of Burma’s political prisoners. Launching today, the website will become the global hub of the international campaign to release Aung San Suu Kyi.
 
64forSuu.org allows anyone to upload video, text, image, or twitter messages of support to Burma’s imprisoned pro-democracy leader, Aung San Suu Kyi. 64forSuu.org aims to demonstrate the scale of outrage over her continued detention by encouraging high-profile individuals and the public around the world to write a 64 word message, a “64,” that will be delivered on Aung San Suu Kyi’s 64th birthday on June 19th.

Follow the jump for a link to 64forSuu.org, and add your voice to the growing call for freedom for Aung San Suu Kyi and all of Burma's political prisoners.

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last updated october 5th, 2009

october 5th, 2009

Update: Sudan's Bashir Invites Opposition for Dialogue

"Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir on Monday invited the country's opposition for talks aimed at avoiding clashes in next year's general election, a week after they threatened to boycott it."

october 3rd, 2009

Suu Kyi in Burma Government Talks

"Burmese pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi has met a member of the country's ruling military government for the first time since early 2008."

october 2nd, 2009

Arms Race Between Northern and Southern Sudan Escalates: New Report

"The armies of Northern and Southern Sudan have been engaging in an arms race since the signing of a peace agreement in 2005, according to a new report from the Small Arms Survey. The report comes amid growing tensions between the parties to the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) and fears of a return to North-South armed conflict. The report also notes the likelihood of additional weapons reaching armed groups and militias fomenting conflict in Darfur and within Southern Sudan."

october 2nd, 2009

Burma Judges Reject Suu Kyi's Appeal: Lawyers

"A Burma court Friday rejected an appeal by pro-democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi against her extended house arrest, just days after the US re-engaged with the country's ruling junta."

october 2nd, 2009

Nestle Zimbabwe Says it Will Stop Sourcing Milk from Mugabe-Owned Farm

"Facing protests and the threat of a boycott, Nestlé Zimbabwe said on Friday it will no longer purchase milk from Gushungo Dairy Estate, owned by Grace Mugabe, wife of President Robert Mugabe, along with seven other farms supplying Nestle under the same contract."

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