Written: 2006 | Published: November 05, 2023 | John Ryle, Mark Bradbury, Michael Medley, Kwesi Sansculotte-Greenidge

Local peace processes in Sudan: a baseline study

This report aims to bring together the literature on local people-to-people peace processes in Sudan and make it more widely available. It provides a resource for those involved in current and future peace projects in Sudan, and for future researchers. The report includes a bibliography and database, which provide additional information to the meetings referred to in the text of the report. The documentation collected for this study provides indications of continuing areas of conflict and possible flashpoints, as well as baseline information and benchmarks for future assessment. However, much of it describes specific time-limited events and gives only a partial insight into complex processes. The report highlights the crucial role of understanding the relation of local conflicts and peace-making to national-level political and military activity in the success of any peace agreement in Sudan.


This report was originally published by the Rift Valley Institute

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