As I sit down to write this, my heart is heavy for the people of Boston and the victims of Monday’s senseless bombing. Despite this devastating attack, my own experiences give me optimism knowing that the city of Boston will make it through this turbulent time and come out of it stronger than ever. On Friday, [...] Read More
Imagine coming home for the first time in years and finding that someone else is living in your house. They tell you that it doesn’t belong to you anymore. Now you have to find somewhere else to live, even though you know that you still own the place. This scenario has played out hundreds of [...] Read More
On July 10, the International Criminal Court (ICC) issued its first ever sentence from a courtroom in the Hague. The court found Thomas Lubanga Dyilo guilty of using children as soldiers in his rebel force, and sentenced him to 14 years in prison. Many people think that Lubanga’s sentence is too light, and that he [...] Read More
Meet Fatou Bensouda. On June 15, 2012 she replaced Luis Moreno-Ocampo as the Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC). The new prosecutor is a native of the African nation of Gambia and studied law in Nigeria. She has previous experience as an attorney and legal adviser during the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, [...] Read More
World, we’re impressed. Whether you’re serving your community or hitting the streets, send us pictures! We want to feature them on our blog. Ctn@invisiblechildren.com. Go here to see HUNDREDS more photos, from Cover the Night. Seriously. Hundreds.
Invisible Children believes in the equality of all people around the globe and is in no way an anti-gay organization. We stand firmly against any form of the Anti-Homosexuality Bill that has been proposed in Uganda, and commend the tremendous progress the Ugandan LGBTI community has made in showing the world that gay rights are [...] Read More
Washington Post article gets us more excited than ever to bring Joseph Kony to justice in 2012