Read the Policy Briefing متوفر باللغة العربية The Juba Peace Agreement and the 2019 Constitutional Document commit Sudan’s transitional government to making a series of critical human rights reforms. A set of legislative amendments in November 2019 and July 2020 addressed… Read More
Read our Policy Note The new US president, Joe Biden, has signaled his commitment to resetting the US relationship with countries in Africa, including through a focus on fighting corruption and advancing human rights on the national and regional level. As part of this commitment to promoting… Read More
As Sudan discusses transitional justice bill, Sudanese and international NGOs call upon the revolutionary government, UN and African bodies and experts to pause the process until consultations have happened.
REDRESS welcomes the recent news that Ali Muhammad Ali Abd–Al-Rahman (“Ali Kushayb”) is in the custody of the International Criminal Court (ICC) after surrendering himself voluntarily in the Central African Republic. Ali Kushayb is the subject of an ICC arrest warrant dated on 27 April 2007, charged with 50 counts… Read More
REDRESS welcomes today’s decision of the International Criminal Court (ICC) Appeals Chamber on reparations to victims of Thomas Lubanga Dyilo (Lubanga), settling the question of Lubanga’s liability for US$10 million for reparations for victims in the case. Lubanga, former leader of the Union des PatriotesCongolais/Forces Patriotiques pour la Libération du… Read More
Purna Maya (name changed to protect her privacy) is a Nepalese woman who was raped by four soldiers in 2004 during Nepal’s internal armed conflict. She suffered grave physical injuries as well as severe depression and post-traumatic stress disorder. PURNA MAYA’S STORY Purna Maya ran a tea shop. Over a… Read More