Peacebuilding in Sudan: Micro- Macro Issues

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Developing Darfur: A recovery and reconstruction strategy

Darfur Joint Assessment Mission, April 2013

The Darfur Development Strategy developed by the Darfur Joint Assessment Mission (DJAM) offers a sequenced, coordinated and holistic plan for equitable, sustainable and participatory development, vital to move Darfur out of a cycle of conflict and poverty, towards a stable and prosperous future. The strategy is presented in this report.

Growing instability in Sudan and Chad

Brian Smith and Chris Talbot, World Socialist Web Site; www.wsws.org, 24 June 2008

The Chad-Sudan Proxy War and the 'Darfurization' of Chad: Myths and Reality

Jérôme Tubiana, Small Arms Survey publication, April 2008

The contention that the Darfurian conflict is being ‘exported’ to eastern Chad via janjawid militia has received widespread coverage. However, thi ...

Armed Movements in Sudan, Chad, CAR, Somalia, Eritrea and Ethiopia

Gérard Prunier, Center for International Peace Operations (ZIF) analysis, February 2008

Echo Effects: Chadian Instability and the Darfur Conflict

Small Arms Survey, Sudan Issue Brief No. 9 February 2008

Making Sense of Chad

Alex De Waal, Feb 2008

How Darfur can get Worse

Op-ed by Robert Muggah, in the Ottawa Citizen, November 27, 2006

Camps in Darfur and Chad are ripe for the recruitment of angry young men into armed groups, further threatening the safety of refugees.

Sudan Operations - Sudan/Chad situation update 61

UNHCR report on Sudan and Chad, 27th August 2006. Information on Darfur pp. 11

Violence Beyond Borders: The Human Rights Crisis in Eastern Chad

Human Rights Watch Report (June, 2006)

This Human Rights Watch Report documents a drastic deterioration in the human rights situation on the Chad side of the Chad-Sudan border, where Sudanese gov ...

Chad-Sudan: President demands more international attention on Darfur

Source: Globalsecurity.org/IRINnews, 18th April 2006

AU observers in Darfur to monitor border with Chad

Source: ReliefWeb/AFP, 20th April 2006

Sudan-Chad: Chadians look for refuge in volatile Darfur

Source: IRINnews.org, 29th June 2006

Chad: Back towards war?

International Crisis Group: Executive summary, 1st June 2006 (full text only available in French)

Darfur Bleeds: Recent Cross-Border Violence in Chad

Human Rights Watch background briefing, February 2006


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Allahu Akbar: A Friday in Khartoum
I am sipping to my coffee as I am listening to the local imam through the loudspeaker as he addresses his congregation inside the mosque.

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