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- Sudan: Floods - Jul 2018
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- Sudan: Floods - Jun 2017
- Sudan: Floods - Jun 2016
- Sudan/South Sudan: Measles Outbreak - Mar 2015
- Sudan: Floods - Jul 2014
- Sudan: Yellow Fever Outbreak - Nov 2013
- Sudan: Flash Floods - Aug 2013
- Sudan: Yellow Fever Outbreak - Oct 2012
- Sudan: Floods - Jun 2012
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- Chikungunya fever spreading in Sudan’s Nile basin
To Permanent Representatives of Member and Observer States of the UN Human Rights Council Geneva, Switzerland
Ref: AFR 54/9034/2018
4 September 2018
RE: ADDRESSING THE SERIOUS HUMAN RIGHTS AND HUMANITARIAN SITUATION IN SUDAN
The protection of civilians in Darfur must have priority
Sudan and South Sudan face threat of U.N. sanctions: ultimatum imposed by World Security Council expires in two days’ time
Göttingen, July 31, 2012
More humanitarian help needed – they should not be forced to return!
Civilians killed in air raids on villages
Göttingen, 04. Januar 2012
New air strikes on civilians in South Kordofan - European Parliament protests - German response lacks clarity
Göttingen, 20. September 2011
Göttingen, 30. Juni 2011
In June of 2011, the human rights situation in northern Sudan is getting worse as there are further restrictions to the freedom of the press. As the Society for Threatened Peoples (STP) announced in Göttingen on Tuesday, 15 peace activists were arrested in the Sudanese capital Khartoum on Sunday. They had protested against the escalating war in the Nuba Mountains (Southern Kordofan). In the last few weeks, the authorities have also initiated an investigation against at least ten Sudanese journalists who reported on violations of human rights.
Göttingen, June 10, 2011
An urgent call for help from Sudan has reached the Society for Threatened Peoples (STP) a few minutes ago. The Southern Sudanese physician Dr. Modesto Arkangelo reported to the human rights organization that about 70.000 members of the Dinka Ngok await fast help in the area of Abyei – a region near the border to South Sudan, which is rich in raw materials. They were forced to flee from invading Northern Sudanese troops. "These people left everything behind when their region was attacked last Saturday. They fled to the province Bar al-Ghazal in South Sudan.
Sudanese army bombs civilians in Darfur
Göttingen, 19. Mai 2011
The Society for Threatened Peoples (STP) has called on the UN Security Council to push for unhindered access for international aid organizations and UN investigators to all of those suffering in Western Sudan.
(New York) -- A coalition of human rights and advocacy groups today warned of rising levels of violence in Darfur during and after the referendum on southern self-determination, scheduled to begin on January 9, 2011.
Sudan: Officials close off camp with 82,000 Refugees from relief workers
The Society for Threatened Peoples (STP) has accused the Sudanese government of breaking international law with its blockade of the Kalma Refugee Camp in southern Darfur, in which 82,000 people are currently living. "Humanitarian international law forbids the intentional starving of civilians by a government and further prohibits collective punishment of a civilian population," said Ulrich Delius, the consultant for Africa at the STP, on Friday in Göttingen.
60,000 South Sudanese flee from fighting
Fred Noy/UN Göttingen, April 23, 2010
The Society for Threatened Peoples STP (Gesellschaft f=FCr bedrohte Völker GfbV) warned on Friday of a famine in South Sudan. "More than a million people are dependent on international food aid", reported the STP Africa consultant, Ulrich Delius. "The number of people in need of help has quadrupled within a year.
Göttingen, February 08, 2010
The warring presidents of Sudan and Chad sign a truce and the president of Chad visits Sudan today . Hopes of peace for Darfur?
As an "important first step for more peace in Darfur" the Society for Threatened Peoples STP (Gesellschaft f=FCr bedrohte Völker GfbV) described the normalizing of relations between the neighbouring stated of Sudan and Chad, which have been at war with each other.
Göttingen, 22. September 2009 - The Society for Threatened Peoples (GfbV) is warning of a collapse of the peace process in South Sudan following the death there of more than 100 people in a conflict between ethnic groups on Sunday. "Since January 2009 the violence in South Sudan has increased so much that the civilian population is losing its faith in protection by the authorities and the security forces", reported the GfbV Africa consultant, Ulrich Delius, on Tuesday in Göttingen. More than 2,100 people have died in the conflicts since the beginning of the year.
Göttingen, July 31, 2009 - The Society for Threatened Peoples (GfbV) has described the discussion in the Security Council on an extension of the mandate of the UNAMID peace-keeping force for the west of Sudan as "disappointingly lacking in substance". "Instead of asking why the Blue Helmet mission provides so little help for the civilian population the Security Council contents itself with a simple extension of the mission for a third year", criticised the GfbV Africa consultant, Ulrich Delius, on Friday in Göttingen.
For the sixth anniversary of the beginning of the genocide in Darfur the Society for Threatened Peoples (GfbV) presented in Berlin on Wednesday during a human rights campaign 804 Darfur reports by human rights and aid organisations and the United Nations. In the reports there is documentation on 8,500 pages of atrocities which have been committed in the west of Sudan since February 2003.
Conflict parties in western Sudan come to an understanding on measures to build up confidence
The Society for Threatened Peoples (GfbV) warned on Tuesday of too much optimism in the search for a peaceful settlement in the Darfur conflict. "The protocol signed last night in Doha (Qatar) between the "Movement for Justice and Equality" (JEM) and the Sudanese government on confidence-building measures is only a first step on the way to peace in Darfur", said the GfbV Sudan expert, Ulrich Delius.