Archived Web Sites Darfur Rehabilitation Project

Format Archived Web Sites
Dates 2006 to 2007
Location Darfur
Language English
Subjects Darfur Conflict
Human Rights
International Relief
Peace Building
Darfur Rehabilitation Project
The mission of the Darfur Rehabilitation Project is to inform the American public about the extensive violations of human rights that have been and continue to occur in the Darfur region of western Sudan; unify the voice of Darfurians everywhere in order to bring increased international attention to the ongoing crimes against humanity in the region; advocate justice for the victims; promote conflict resolution; foster the advancement of all people of the region through education, advocacy, direct services and research (in collaboration with other organizations that are internationally recognized); and to further democratization and respect for human rights.
Subject Headings
-  Sudan -- History -- Darfur Conflict, 2003-
-  Refugees -- Sudan -- Darfur
-  Human rights -- Sudan -- Darfur
-  International relief -- Sudan -- Darfur
-  Peace-building -- Sudan -- Darfur
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