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26 Apr 2016 description
NGOs continue to be alarmed by the drastic humanitarian situation in the country, as increasing death rates and a deepening humanitarian catastrophe reported.
21 Nov 2014 description
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People in rebel-controlled areas of South Kordofan state suffer from the government’s aid blockade and indiscriminate attacks on civilians.
25 Sep 2014 description
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A new report states that a globally enforced targeted sanctions regime could end impunity for mass atrocities, the obstruction of humanitarian aid, and violations of the cessation of hostilities agreement.
20 Mar 2014 description
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Support for Congo’s peace process is critical to improving the security and rights of women and girls, with goals ranging from the accountability for sexual violence to better economic opportunities for women.
01 Oct 2013 description
New satellite imagery of the border area between Sudan and South Sudan shows that neither government has fulfilled international obligations to demilitarize their shared border.
08 Aug 2013 description
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Drawing on interviews with refugees and IDPs, this report challenges the oversimplification of inter-tribal disputes, highlighting the government’s role and ongoing interest in the latest rounds of violence.
08 May 2013 description
Neither the joint border-verification mechanism established by both countries, nor the UN peacekeeping mission tasked with monitoring the demilitarized buffer zone has detected these violations.
02 Apr 2013 description
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A report argues that the slow progress toward peace is a result of Sudan’s bad faith actions in negotiations, highly publicized but insubstantial presidential summits and a lack of political will in both countries.
17 Jan 2013 description
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Posted by Kayla Firriolo on Jan 17, 2013 After a month-long standoff, the Central African Republic government and a rebel alliance agreed upon a peace deal to end an uprising that threatened to spark a humanitarian crisis and un-seat President François Bozizé. The coup attempt began on...
14 Jan 2013 description
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Often, our analysis of the fight to eliminate Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army, or LRA, stops with the act of defection. However, as this video from the Grassroots Reconciliation Group vividly demonstrates, for former child soldiers, the struggle for normalcy continues well after escape from...
09 Nov 2012 description
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The Ugandan army has deployed approximately 1,500 soldiers to South Sudan and the Central African Republic. They are working closely with the U.S. military advisors in their common quest to apprehend the senior leaders of the Lord’s Resistance Army, or LRA. The Ugandan People’s Defence Force, or...
18 Oct 2012 description
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New Report Documents Government of Sudan’s Starvation Warfare Against Its Own People SOUTH KORDOFAN, Sudan – Food security conditions in South Kordofan, Sudan are dramatically declining, and malnutrition among children in the rebel-held areas of the conflict-torn state is on the rise, according...
11 Oct 2012 description
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On September 27, 2012, Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir and South Sudanese President Salva Kiir signed agreements concerning a host of issues resulting from South Sudan’s July 2011 secession. The agreements concern issues of oil and other financial matters, border security, and citizenship. They...
30 Aug 2012 description
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The Ugandan government’s decision to end amnesty for fighters from the Lord’s Resistance Army, or LRA, in May 2012 is causing significant upheaval in LRA-affected communities and creating major obstacles to finally ending the LRA. Former rebels fear that they will face prosecution and are...
16 Aug 2012 description
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Posted by Alistair Dawson on Aug 15, 2012 Today, the Enough Project released its latest policy brief that discusses the implications of the government of Sudan and the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-North, or SPLM-N, signing separate memoranda of understanding, or MOUs, with the Tripartite...
09 Jul 2012 description
Warring parties urged to pull back from the brink as UN resolution deadline looms Citizens from South Sudan and Sudan have today been joined by human rights activists, civil society organisations and faith leaders from around the world in a united call for peace within and between the two...
18 Apr 2012 description
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Media coverage of Sudan over the past several weeks has focused to a great extent on the intensification of fighting between the Sudan Armed Forces, or SAF, and the Sudan People’s Liberation Army, or SPLA, which threatens to plunge the former civil war foes into an international armed conflict....
16 Apr 2012 description
April 2012 The international community and Congolese government must urgently agree upon a new deal to reform the Congolese military, according to this report by 13 leading international and Congolese civil society groups. The Democratic Republic of Congo: Taking a Stand on Security Sector Reform...
24 Feb 2012 description
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JUBA, South Sudan -- As famine or near famine conditions in South Kordofan and Blue Nile set in, the United Nations, African Union, and League of Arab States presented a proposal earlier this month that has the potential to pave the way for international humanitarian aid to reach civilian...