Human Rights Watch
Over the course of 36 hours beginning on October 30, 2014, Sudanese army troops carried out a series of attacks against the civilian population of the town of Tabit in North Darfur, Sudan. The attacks included the mass rape of women and girls and the arbitrary detention, beating and ill-treatment of scores of people, according to Human Rights Watch.
OCHA South Sudan
This report from OCHA provides an extensive update on the South Sudan crisis.
IJR Policy Brief, Friederike Bubenzer and Elizabeth Lacey
As Africa’s youngest nation embarks on the journey of becoming a democratic state within the global political arena, one of the ...
International Development Committee, UK House of Commons
Mounting humanitarian crisis in South Sudan as the country tries to cope with hundreds of thousands of refugees and the loss of oil revenues.
HSBA Report February 2012
The new state faces the daunting challenge of reconciling its customary practices with the guarantees of human rights and equality that are enshrined in the constitution.
USIP Special Report
Small Arms Survey report no 13, September 2008
Monday June 23, 2008
Liv Tønnessen, CMI Brief Vol 6 no 4
During the peace process in Sudan women were merely "guests at the table. The role permitted to women during negotiations was based on a perception of ...
Liv Tønnessen and Anne Sofie Roald, CMI Report 2007:5
Liv Tønnessen, CMI Brief Vol. 6, No. 4, July 2007
Liv Tønnessen, CMI Working Paper 2007:4
Source: Khaleej Times/AFP, 23rd April 2006
Situation analysis report: Conversation with the community, UNFPA and UNICEF, 9th September 2005
Report of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, 29th July 2005
A Human Rights Watch Briefing Paper, April 2005
Amnesty International report, July 2004.
Stephanie Beswick, Northeast African Studies, Vol. 8, No. 2 (New Series) 2001, pp. 35-62. Available from the CMI Library
Field research among women in South Sudan today suggests that many no longer believe they are equal citizens within their own communities. They resent cer ...
Kampala Conference (8-12 February 1999): Steering Committee for Human Rights in the Transition in Sudan, paper by Muna Awad Khogali
Kampala Conference (8-12 February 1999): Steering Committee for Human Rights in the Transition in Sudan, paper by Lona J. E. LoWilla
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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.
Ikke mer fred å få
Ingen viktige fredsavtaler er inngått i verden de siste åtte årene. De fleste «intern-konflikter» er ikke det de gir seg ut for å være. De er deler av internasjonale konfliktsystemer der eksterne aktører spiller helt sentrale roller, skriver Gunnar M. Sørbø i en utenriksanalyse i Morgenbladet.
Past, present, and future - fifty years of anthropology in Sudan Munzoul A. M. Asal, Musa Adam Abdul-Jalil (2015)
South Sudan - a slow liberation Edward Thomas (2015)
Emerging orders in the Sudans editors, Sandra Calkins, Enrico Ille, Richard Rottenburg (2015)
South Sudan - the crisis of infancy Peter Adwok Nyaba (2014)
Evaluation methodologies for aid in conflict edited by Ole Winckler Andersen, Beate Bull, Megan Kennedy-Chouane (2014)
Norge i Sudan - på bunnen av sola Bibiana Dahle Piene (2014)
Disrupting territories - land, commodification Jörg Gertel, Richard Rottenburg (2014)
Sudan divided - continuing conflict in a contested state edited by Gunnar M. Sørbø and Abdel Ghaffar M. Ahmed (2013)