Christian Solidarity International is a Christian human rights organization campaigning for religious liberty and human dignity.
What does CSI stand for?
CSI stands for Christian Solidarity International
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A Christian organization, Christian Solidarity International, has been trying to end slavery by buying back the slaves from their Arab captors.
Joined by anti-slavery activists as diverse as the Switzerland-based Christian Solidarity International (CSI) and the primarily African-American Sudan Campaign, the congressmen have launched a high-profile civil disobedience crusade to highlight the ongoing atrocities committed by the government-sponsored militiamen known as the Janjaweed.
Two Canadians are planning their second trip to Sudan to do just that, this time as representatives of Christian Solidarity International.
Swiss-based Christian Solidarity International says it has redeemed more than 6,000 people since 1995, paying about $50 for each slave.
Christian Solidarity International estimates tens of thousands of black slaves are owned by Arabs in northern Sudan.
11, 2001 Christian Solidarity International (CSI), a non-profit human rights organization, has teamed up with the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) to free slaves being held captive in northern Sudan.
Speaking at a Christian Solidarity International (CSI) seminar in Zurich on November 28, Tadros noted that the "inclusive spirit" of the January 25 Revolution, in which Christians and Muslims joined together to overthrow President Hosni Mubarak, led many Egyptians to believe that years of "horrendous" sectarian violence had come to an end.