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ACJPS/AI/HRW: Sudan: No Justice for Protester Killings

Sudanese protestors demonstrate in Khartoum's twin city of Omdurman after the government announced steep price rises for petroleum products after suspending state subsidies as part of crucial economic reforms on September 25, 2013 (c) STR/AFP/Getty Images

Sudan:  No Justice for Protester Killings UN Should Press Sudan to Investigate, Prosecute Those Responsible (Nairobi, September 22, 2016) – Sudanese authorities have yet to provide justice to victims of a violent crackdown on anti-austerity protesters in Khartoum in September 2013, the African Centre for Justice and Peace Studies (ACJPS), …

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UN Human Rights Council to Review #Sudan at #HRC33

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Tweet to encourage the adoption of a strong resolution (14 September 2016) From 13 September – 30 September 2016, members of the UN Human Rights Council are meeting in Geneva to discuss the human rights situation across the globe. We want to make sure Sudan is at the top of …

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Sudan: Drop all charges and release detainees

TRACKs Director Khalafalla Alafif Mukhtar

National security should stop harassing civil society activists (29 August 2016, Kampala) – Sudanese authorities should drop all charges against 10 activists affiliated with Tracks for Training and Development (TRACKs), a Khartoum-based training organisation, and immediately and unconditionally release three men who have been detained since May 2016 solely for …

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The Wide Application of the Death Penalty in Sudan

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(August 2016) Contrary to Sudan’s commitments to international human rights standards and its own domestic law, the Government of Sudan continues to implement the death penalty widely. Amnesty International reported that in 2015, Sudan handed down eighteen death sentences and carried out three executions. In 2014, Sudan was reported to …

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Darfur Student at risk of Death Penalty after Unfair Trial

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(15 July 2016) Darfuri student Mohamed Bagari, convicted of murder, faces the death penalty by hanging after an unfair trial based on a confession he made without legal representation. The case relates to a violent clash in April 2015 between members of the Darfur Students’ Association (DSA) and the Islamic …

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