The Secretary-General also urges the Government of South Sudan to support the process by releasing the pledged amount of $100 million NEW YORK, United States of America, November 12, 2019/ -- The Secretary-General welcomes the decision of the Inter-Governmental Authority...
Photo collage: Sudan Women Protest Travelling Exhibition Today, SIHA joins the women’s rights movement in Sudan commemorating the first Sudan Women Protest that was held on 31st March 2019. the women protest happened three days before the Khartoum massacre where...
Following months of protests, and a prolonged sit-in outside the military headquarters in Khartoum, Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir was placed under house arrest on April 11 as the country’s military prepared for a transitional government. Many have described the Sudanese uprising...
Mogadishu, Jul 3, 2009  - Sudanese president Omar Hassan Al-Bashir, acknowledged Sudan's support to the government of Somalia in its pursuit to realize stability, security and reconciliation in Somalia. Al-Bashir delivered these remarks after met the President of Somalia Sheikh Sharif...
The Peace and Security Council of the African Union (AU) has suspendedSudan from all the organisation’s activities “until the effective establishment of a civilian-led Transitional Authority”. It also threatened to impose punitive measures on individuals and entities obstructing the establishment of...
The hashtag #SudanUnderSanction began trending recently when young Sudanese took to Twitter to share the adverse impacts of life under more than two decades of US sanctions. On last night’s episode of The Stream on Al Jazeera, Ahmed Elmurtada, an information security...
Sudanese academics are taking a leading role in protests against President Omar al-Bashir. Moina Spooner from The Conversation Africa spoke to Willow Berridge about their role in the country’s previous uprisings. What major uprisings in Sudan involved Sudanese academics? Sudanese academics at the...
Sudan outlawed female genital mutilation in April. Campaigners said that this move will herald a "new era" for recognizing women's rights in the African nation. According to UNICEF, within an amendment to criminal legislation, the government of Sudan imposed 3 years of prison time...
FILE PHOTO: Civilians walk past graffiti reading in Arabic "Freedom, Peace, Justice and Civilian" in the Burri district of Khartoum, Khartoum, Sudan, July 10, 2019. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah/File Photo KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Sudan will permit non-Muslims to consume alcohol and...
Hundreds of Sudanese women across the country from Kordufan to Gadarif, and port Sudan in Eastern Sudan and Atbra and greater Khartoum came out in hundreds to protest the high prevalence of sexual violence and acts of rape that...