Darfur Genocide Mission Poster

The role of our organization

Save Darfur is a project of United to End Genocide, the largest activist organization in America dedicated to preventing and ending genocide and mass atrocities worldwide

What rights from that document are being protected by this groups work in Darfur

According to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the is protecting the rights of the people in Darfur from articles 5, 14, 25, 28.


The House has provided $55 million in aid to the African Union (AU) peacekeeping operation in Darfur and called for NATO assistance to the AU. The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has passed several resolutions on Darfur including establishing an arms embargo and offensive flight ban over Darfur and referring the Darfur case to the International Criminal Court. Also, both the House and the Senate passed the Darfur Peace and Accountability Act which was signed into law on October 13, 2006. Which means that under this law, sanctions were to be imposed against people responsible for genocide, war crimes or crimes against humanity.

How do they get money/resources to do their work

The UN and United States are the ones that support their mission. They get money and resources to do their work from donations to help the cause and also from money being provided being given to the African Union for aid.


We sound the alarm and demand action from government leaders, leveraging the power of our activist and survivor networks so that silence and ignorance do not strengthen and enable perpetrators of genocide or mass atrocities.

We follow the money applying public pressure to shame and stop companies and governments that finance violence.

We connect and mobilize voices, building a powerful, sustainable and global network of genocide survivors, students, community activists, faith leaders, artists, investors and human rights champions committed to preventing mass atrocities and ending genocide once and for all.