Safia Ishaq Mohammed Issa v Republic of Sudan

Safia Ishaq Mohammed Issa was arbitrarily arrested and detained, beaten and gang raped by Sudanese State agents in 2011 after participating in pro-democracy youth rallies as a student in Khartoum, Sudan. Safia’s case highlights continued concerns of arbitrary arrests and sexual and gender-based violence (“SGBV”) against women, protestors, and… Read More

Joint Letter to the UK at the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) regarding Sudan

This is a joint CSO letter dated 10 July 2023 to the Permanent Mission of the United Kingdom to the United Nations ahead of the semi-annual briefing by the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court to the United Nations Security Council, urging the UK to lead the way in ensuring… Read More

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Sudan Sanctions Analysis: UN and National Sanctions

This briefing provides an analysis of current sanctions on Sudanese entities and individuals as of 18 April 2023, including UN sanctions and sanctions by the US, the UK and the EU. Read More

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