Not on Our Watch: The Mission to End Genocide in Darfur and Beyond

Author(s): Don Cheadle

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This is a story of tragedy and suffering on an epic scale, Not On Our Watch: The Mission to End Genocide in Darfur and Beyond is the critically acclaimed book by Don Cheadle and John Prendergast. Cheadle first became aware of the conflict in Darfur conflict while filming Hotel Rwanda. Shocked and energised by the scale of the emerging crisis, he set about raising awareness of the Darfur conflict with John Prendergast, a former advisor to Bill Clinton. The authors have travelled to refugee camps on the Sudan/Chad border to pay witness to the unfolding tragedy which has claimed the lives of 250,000 people and displaced a further 2 million. 252 pages


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'Don and John are two of the great champions of ending this genocide. With this book they remind us that the individual can change the world for the better. And they also remind us that we all bear responsibility in this crime against humanity. I'm proud to call them my friends.'- George Clooney, actor and co-founder of the ENOUGH campaign 'This book is a guide for these already involved, as well as those who are interested in taking action, or speaking out against the mass killings that continue to occur in the country's Darfur region. Informative and inspiring...'- Publishers Weekly 'A compelling account of the gravest humanitarian crisis of our time.'- Martin Bell, UNICEF Ambassador 'The international community has a responsibility to protect civilians from crimes against humanity. When it fails in that responsibility, as in Darfur, we see the catastrophic consequences.'- Kate Allen, Director, Amnesty International UK 'This book is a rallying cry to every person in the world to help save Darfur and stop this genocide.'- Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate 'Not On Our Watch is so important because it not only illustrates the horror of the Darfur genocide, but provides us with solutions. We must act now. The future of millions-- and the future of our own morality--hangs in the balance.'- John O'Shea, Founder and CEO, GOAL 'An excellent tells the story of where the genocide began, where it is heading and what you can do to stop it.'- Today with Tom McGurk, RTE Radio 1 ...its message is so urgent it should be read by everyone.'- Claire Allfree, METRO

Don CheadleDon Cheadle is one of America's most acclaimed actors. He was nominated for an academy award for his portrayal of Paul Rusesabagina in Hotel Rwanda, the story of how a Hutu hotel manager sheltered hundreds of Tutsis and other refugees during the Rwandan genocide. He also starred in, and was one of the producers of Crash, which won the 2005 Academy Award for Best Picture. His other film credits include Traffic, Boogie Nights, Out of Sight, Ocean's Eleven and Twelve, and Thirteen.John PrendergastJohn Prendergast is a Senior Adviser of the International Crisis Group. John has focused most of his twenty-year career on conflict resolution in Africa and shaping U.S. foreign policy toward the region. He worked for the Clinton administration from 1996-2001 and has worked for a variety of NGOs and think tanks in Africa and the U.S. In addition to peace-making, John has also focused on human rights promotion and humanitarian action. He has authored or co-authored seven books on Africa.

CONTENTSAcknowledgements 9Foreword 15Introduction 17Preface: On Our Watch 211. Challenges and Choices 252. Two Paths Out of Apathy 433. Sudan's Backdrop to Genocide 894. From the Front Lines of Darfur 1155. Citizens v. Government 1336. Activist Beginnings and Success Stories 1587. The Upstanders 1888. Strategies for Effective Change 2239. Stop Mass Atrocities Now: An Agenda for Change 282Conclusion: Never Again 315Appendix 331Endnotes 345Glossary of Abbreviations 350

General Fields

  • : 9781905379453
  • : Maverick House
  • : Maverick House
  • : July 2007
  • : 197mm X 130mm
  • : Ireland
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Paperback
  • : Don Cheadle
  • : approx 20 black & white photos
  • : Genocide
  • : 252
  • : 962.4043