violence

An Analysis of Sexual and Gender Based Violence at the June 3rd, 2019 Sit-In in Khartoum, Sudan

This report by The Sudanese Rights Group (Huqooq) provides a detailed account of sexual and gender-based violence crimes that took place…

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February 18, 2021
“Good Girls Don’t Protest” Repression and Abuse of Women Human Rights Defenders, Activists, and Protesters in Sudan

Based on interviews with more than 85 female activists and human rights defenders in Sudan’s urban centers, this report documents…

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February 18, 2021 | Tuesday Reitano
The Khartoum Process: A sustainable response to human smuggling and trafficking?

In the 2012-16 ‘migration crisis’, citizens from the Horn of Africa have been arriving irregularly in Europe in unprecedented numbers,…

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February 18, 2021 | Dan Watson
Riders on the Storm: Rebels, Soldiers, and Paramilitaries in Sudan’s Margins

This is the first in a series of three analysis features covering unrest in Sudan, and the repercussions of this…

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February 18, 2021 | Julia Bello-Schünemann
Sudan and South Sudan: Violence trajectories after peace agreements

Peace agreements can be turning points in complex transitions from war to peace. But they don’t necessarily lead to greater…

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February 18, 2021 | Simon Levine, Agata Kusnierek
Counting the cost: Assessing the cost of ill-health in West Darfur, Sudan

During Valid Evaluations’ four-year study of multiyear humanitarian financing (MYHF), ill-health repeatedly emerged as a factor keeping people in poverty…

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February 18, 2021
Children Associated with Fighting Forces (CAFF) in Sudan – Rapid Situation Analysis for Demobilization and Reintegration of CAFF in Government-controlled areas

This report presents the results of a rapid situation analysis of children associated with armed forces and armed groups in…

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February 18, 2021 | Ashley Jackson
Humanitarian negotiations with armed non-state actors: Key lessons from Afghanistan, Sudan and Somalia

Insurgents and other armed groups are often seen as inherently predatory and hostile to aid workers, attacking staff, extorting money…

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Where to Now? Agency Expulsion in Sudan: Consequences and Next Steps

On 4 March, the government of Sudan expelled 13 international NGOs and revoked the licences of three national NGOs.1 In…

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February 18, 2021 | Sherif Mohyeldeen
The Egypt-Sudan Border: A Story of Unfulfilled Promise

Since Sudan’s independence in 1956, its border relations with Egypt have been characterized more by mutual suspicion than by peaceful…

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