PRESS RELEASE: Broad Group of NGOs Urge Congressional Support for Peacekeeping
WASHINGTON, D.C. – More than 50 non-governmental organizations
(NGOs) urged Members of Congress today to co-sponsor H. Res. 213, the
resolution calling for the establishment of a United Nations Emergency Peace Service (UNEPS). As envisioned, UNEPS
would be capable of intervening in the ear...
PRESS RELEASE: Senate Needs to Reject Attorney General Nominee
Washington, D.C. – President
Bush’s nominee for Attorney General of the United
States, Judge Michael Mukasey, in both his oral testimony
and in follow up written statements to the Senate Judiciary Committee, refused
to say whether waterboarding violates U.S. and international laws against
PRESS RELEASE: SFRC Passes Vital International Treaty
D.C. -- Citizens for
Global Solutions commends the Senate Foreign Relations Committee (SFRC) for its
overwhelming passage of The
U.N. Convention on the Law of the Sea Treaty (LOS) today. The treaty was passed with strong bipartisan
support by a vote of17-4.
The LOS is a set of rules for the use of t...
PRESS RELEASE: Message from Chairs of our Board and Charles J. Brown
Dear Citizens for Global Solutions family,
are writing you today to let you know that Charles Brown has informed us of his
decision to step down as President and CEO of Citizens for Global Solutions,
effective September 30, 2007. We deeply appreciate all that Charlie has
accomplished during th...
PRESS RELEASE: G8: One Step Forward, One Step Back
June 8, 2007
D.C. -- Citizens for Global Solutions welcomes the compromise reached on climate
change at the G8 Summit, but is disappointed by the G8
countries' failure to keep their promises in the fight against poverty and
disease in Africa.
the G8 took an important step towards a...
PRESS RELEASE: President Bush Finally Moves Beyond Rhetoric on Darfur; Unilateral Sanctions too Little too Late
Washington, D.C. -- Citizens for Global Solutions is pleased that President Bush has once again used the bully pulpit to talk about Darfur. The president’s statement today that he will impose sanctions on key Sudanese companies and individuals marks the seco...
PRESS RELEASE: Citizens For Global Solutions' 2007 Report Card
Who Are the Global Leaders in Congress?
The Answers are in Citizens for Global Solutions’ 2007 Report Card
Washington, DC – Citizens for Global Solutions 2007 Congressional Report Card, is the most comprehensive tool for evaluating which legislators are true advocates of cooperative solutions to gl...
PRESS RELEASE: Citizens for Global Solutions Supports Hinchey Call for End to Oil Aid
- April 17, 2007 -
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Maurice Hinchey, (D-NY), introduced legislation today that would end subsidies to oil companies as part of U.S. foreign assistance initiatives.
Citizens for Global Solutions is a Washington, D.C.-based foreign policy advo...
PRESS RELEASE: International Criminal Court Issues Summons for Darfur Suspects
- February 27, 2007 - Bush Administration Must Match Court’s Efforts on Darfur Citizens for Global Solutions, a leading U.S.-based advocacy group for a strong and effective International Criminal Court (ICC) welcomes the ICC’s identification of two perpetrators in the on-going Darfur ...
PRESS RELEASE: International Criminal Court Moves Forward with Charges Against Lubanga Dyilo
January 29, 2007 - Citizens for Global Solutions, one of the leading advocacy groups for a strong and effective International Criminal Court (ICC), applauds today’s decision by the ICC to proceed with a trial against Congolese warlord Thomas Lubanga Dyilo. As founder and lea...
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