Happening Now in Sudan

Omar al-Bashir has been the president of Sudan since 1993 (self-appointed), but assumed power in 1989 after he led a military coup to overthrow the sitting government. He has been indicted by the International Criminal Court on five counts of crimes against humanity (murder, extermination, forcible transfer, torture, and rape), two counts of war crimes, and three counts of genocide. He is an international war criminal who continues to bomb his own people in an active attempt to eliminate all non-Arab populations from Sudan.

In 2009, al-Bashir banned all humanitarian aid coming into Sudan, leaving his people starving, sick, dying, and subject to intensifying violence.

Find out what is happening in Sudan today, and what human rights organizations and others are trying to do to stop the genocide.

The Kind of Day We Have All Been Waiting For

Ryan Boyette has dedicated his life to reporting on and providing assistance to the people of the Nuba mountains. He recently shared an event on his Facebook page that marked a moment in history for the people of Nuba: "A historic day in #Sudan . This...

Al-Bashir May Be Extradited to International Criminal Court

If you have been following the news on Sudan, you may know of an exciting recent development -- a member of Sudan's ruling council stated recently that the council had reached an agreement “to hand over those facing arrest from the International Criminal...

Sudan: George Clooney and John Prendergast in Washington Post

Press From George Clooney and John Prendergast, of coalition member Enough! Project, on events in Sudan: "..Though [former military leader] Burhan has said the military council would name a civilian prime minister and cabinet, he has not committed to...

A Message from Dr. Tom on Events in Sudan

Sudan News "April 11th, 2019 will hopefully be a big day in Sudanese history as it was the day that dictator Omar al-Bashir and his henchmen were removed from power after a 30 year reign of terror. He has presided over 3 separate bloody civil...

Sudan: HRW on What Needs to Happen Next

Press FROM OUR COALITION MEMBERS: "The end of Omar al-Bashir’s 30-year rule provides a momentous opportunity for Sudan to put respect for human rights and rule of law at the center of its transition, Human Rights Watch said today. Sudan’s authorities...