Blog post | 2017
Sudan recently changed its rape law after allegations that the law stands in the way of legal protection to rape victims. This has been celebrated as a victory and a signal of political will to protect women and children against sexual violence. But the reform has major weaknesses. Women's rights activists have been accused of cooperating with the International Criminal Court (ICC) that has indicted President Omar al-Bashir for the systematic use of rape in the Darfur conflict. Groups that have fought for changes in the rape law have been shut down, censored and harassed.
Report in External Series | Sep 2020
Interim Governance Arrangements in Post-Conflict and Fragile Settings
Sudan Working Paper | Sep 2020
Improved Understanding of FGM/C Abandonment among Sudanese Families in Khartoum and Kassala States
Prof. Nafisa Bedri and Dr. Yussra Mohammed - Ahfad University for Women
Sudan Brief | Jul 2020
COVID-19 and the urgent need to protect Sudanese women against violence
Samia al-Nagar, Liv Tønnessen
CMI Report | Oct 2020
Literature review on effects of interventions to reduce the prevalence of child marriage
CMI Reflections | Oct 2020
Close your eyes and picture “a humanitarian”. What do you see?
Blog post | Sep 2020
Understanding the inferno on Lesbos: – We need new perspectives on migration to solve this situation