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Published on Dec 4, 2007
In support of those working to end the atrocities in Darfur, Elders Desmond Tutu, Graça Machel, Jimmy Carter and Lakhdar Brahimi travelled to Sudan to meet with a wide segment of leaders and civil society. This video, and an action plan released at theElders.org, aim to galvanize the international community into bringing an end to the region's suffering.
"We chose to go to Sudan for The Elders' first mission because we could not turn our eyes from the humanitarian crisis, and we wanted to join with the many people around the world who have worked to stop the atrocities, protect the people, and contribute to peace." The Elders
"My challenge to each of you is that you ask yourself what you can do to make a difference. And then take that action -- no matter how large or how small." Graca Machel, member of the Elders' delegation to Sudan
"The ones who ought to be held in high regard are not the ones who are militarily powerful, nor even economically prosperous. They are the ones who have a commitment to try and make the world a better place." Archbishop Desmond Tutu, member of the Elders' delegation to Sudan