Human Rights Watch: ‘Sudan: Surge in Detention, Beatings, Around Elections’
Security forces in Sudan arrested dozens of opposition party members, students, and political activists, in the lead up to, during, and after national elections, April 13 to 16, 2015. Read more
Land issues in Darfur
- Joke Oranje tells a true story about land issues (in dutch).
- Monica Lengoiboni is a geographer whose research concerns pastoralists’ seasonal migrations, the spatial and temporal components of their customary land rights and how such flexible land rights could be accommodated, instead of being left out in the formal system of land administration and cadastres.
Religion and development practitioners guide
The Knowledge Centre Religion and Development (KCRD) published a practitioners guide centering on practical experiences of development professionals, supplemented by theoretical considerations. The book does not provide cut-and-dried answers to questions, nor does it provide a ready-made approach. However, it does stimulate readers to reflect on the topic of ‘religion and development’.
The full text of UN Resolution 1325, on the role of women in conflicts and peace.
Dabanga: ‘Unamid exit will exacerbate crises in Darfur’
If Unamid would leave conflict-torn Darfur, the severe protection and humanitarian crises in the region will increase to a large extent, the Sudan Democracy First Group (SDFG) states in a report dated 27 January 2016. Read more
Radio Dabanga is bringing independent news from the heart of Darfur and Sudan.