#ImpunityMustEnd: Atrocities in Sudan's Blue Nile and South Kordofan States
Description: For 5 years now, the Sudanese government has been using heavy weaponry, such as cluster munitions, against its own civilians in Blue Nile State and South Kordofan, while restricting humanitarian access to these two areas. #ImpunityMustEnd exposes the current situation in Blue Nile State and South Kordofan and the reasons behind it.
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13 Jun 2016
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09 Jun 2015
Description: Since conflict broke out in South Kordofan and Blue Nile States in 2011, the Government of Sudan has targeted civilians with aerial bombardment, missile attacks and ground assaults. An average of three bombs a day have been dropped on civilian areas since 2012.
This video is based on a visit to the region made by a team from HART in January 2015. A full report, based on the visit, is available here: http://www.hart-uk.org/news/sudan-south-sudan-new-hart-visit-report-released/
01 Jun 2015
Description: Baroness Cox reflects on a visit to eastern Burma in May 2015. Download the full visit report at www.hart-uk.org/locations/burma.
20 May 2015
Description: The Lady Cox Rehabilitation Centre
06 Aug 2014
Description: This summer friends and supporters of HART have spoken out for civilians still trapped in the Nuba Mountains and Blue Nile State.
Through the Remember Sudan photo petition, which combines the messages of those in Sudan with those of our supporters, HART encouraged people in Britain to make the voices of those suffering heard by adding their own to them.
Remember Sudan draws attention to the continued atrocities being committed against civilians by the Sudanese Government. The 6th June 2013 marked two years since civilians living in the Nuba Mountains and Blue Nile State became the targets of bombing from Antonovs and incendiary bombs.
The cries of those living in the Nuba Mountains and Blue Nile go largely unheard.
Hundreds of thousands of people have been displaced, injured and killed. Communities take refuge in mountain caves and river banks, whilst others have fled to South Sudan, where Refugee camps are beyond capacity. Bombing has caused severe food shortages, as crops are destroyed, trade is impossible and International Humanitarian relief access has been blocked by the Sudanese Government.
Our campaign calls on the British Government and the international community to act in order to bring an end to these atrocities: to 'Remember Sudan'
29 Aug 2013
Description: Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust - Swim for Change
BraveHART team in their final weekend practice before taking on the English Channel!
26 Jun 2013
01 Jun 2013
Description: In January 2013, Baroness Cox and Dr Mukesh Kapila travelled hundreds of kilometres through Sudan's Nuba Mountains and Blue Nile.
The two areas have been closed since armed conflict erupted between the Sudanese Government and opposition groups in June 2011. Over the past 18 months, hundreds of thousands of people have been displaced. Many remain in the two areas, where Government bombing has triggered desperate food shortages. International humanitarian relief access has been blocked.
Is this on its way to becoming another Darfur-scale catastrophe?
Footage provided by the Aegis Trust
06 Feb 2013
Description: In July 2011 the Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust (HART) took an international group of 35 supporters and staff led by HART Founder Baroness Caroline Cox on a pilgrimage across the post-war Nagorno Karabakh region.
25 Sep 2012
Description: UK and Europe - http://www.hart-uk.org
USA - http://www.hart-us.org
Australasia - http://www.hart-australasia.org
14 Apr 2011
Description: Burmese peoples carrying the famine relief along the newly formed path
13 Aug 2009