Radio Dabanga needs our support

Radio Dabanga needs our support

The most important news source giving voice to the people of Darfur is Radio Dabanga, which is now facing acute budgetary strain. We encourage any and all to think about the implications of their no longer being able to broadcast and...
Sudan After Sanctions

Sudan After Sanctions

In October 2017, the United States, citing progress in five key areas made by the Sudanese government, permanently lifted sanctions 20 years of sanctions against the country. In January and February, 2018, the US Institute of Peace (usip.org)in Washington gathered...
Sudan Now a “Partner” of E.U. to Control Migration

Sudan Now a “Partner” of E.U. to Control Migration

Using extensive interviews with refugees, confidential sources in Sudan as well as reporting in Egypt and Sudan, News Deeply examines the extent to which the Sudanese government is involved in the same smuggling and trafficking networks it is being paid by the E.U. to...
NYT: Sudan Jails Journalists in New Sign of Repression

NYT: Sudan Jails Journalists in New Sign of Repression

New York Times: The authorities in Sudan arrested seven journalists as they covered economic protests there this week, including reporters for Reuters and Agence France-Presse, with no word on charges or when they might be released. Press advocates said Friday that...