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Civil Society forum, Sudan and South Sudan, May 2013

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The first session of the Civil Society Forum on Sudan and South Sudan convened in Addis Ababa on 21-23 January 2013. The second session in Addis Ababa on 16-18 May 2013. The Third session in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, January 20 - 22 nd, 2014. This event was organised by Darfur Relief and Documentation Centre in collaboration with the African Centre for Democracy and Human Rights Studies, Darfur Bar Association, Human Rights Institute of South Africa and South Sudan Human Rights Society for Advocacy. The Forum adopted 11 (eleven) resolutions addressing an array of issues in Sudan and Republic of South Sudan.


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  • In July 2004, DRDC observed that: "Two criminal aspects underpin the ethnic cleansing in the Darfur region viz.
    a) The premeditated and systematic mass killing and physical destruction – in whole or in part – of the indigenous African tribes of Darfur such as the Fur,
    Massaleet and Zaghawa because of their ethnic and/or tribal backgrounds; and
    b) The appropriation of the victims’ land, the confiscation of their livestock and other material wealth and in some cases for extortion of money for protection
    by the militia groups in the absence of government authority."




    The roots of Darfur’s crisis lie in a history of neglect of the Sudanese peripheries, dating from colonial times and continuing during the years of Sudan’s independence. The crisis in Darfur is a manifestation of Sudan’s inequitable distribution of wealth and power"


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    “The government doesn’t have an understanding of what it means when women say repeatedly to different people: ‘We are being raped. We are being beaten. We are being brutalized. We are fearful.’ I do not think the people we talked to tonight understand. Ms. Graça Mandela-Machel, Concluding Press Conference, Khartoum, 4th October 2007.


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  • Many of the people that we met with in Chad are giving up hope in the belief that the responsibility to protect doesn’t seem to have any meaning
    or relevance in their lives and in addressing the situation in Darfur.

    Professor Jody Williams, 1997 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, comments on her Mission Report on Darfur,16 March 2000.


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  • “This report demonstrates, beyond all doubt, that the last two years have been little short of hell on earth for our fellow human beings in Darfur.
    And despite the attention the Council has paid to this crisis, that hell continues today.”


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    "This is ethnic cleansing, this is the world's greatest humanitarian crisis, and I don't know why the world isn't doing more about it."



 Confirmed Damaged and Destroyed VILLAGES...

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Darfuri Actvisit Hawa Jango flanked by US First Lady Obama and Secretary Clinton, after her decorartion as one of ten brave women of the World, Washington, March 2012  

AUHIP - 4 Years of existence

The African Union High-Level Implementation Panel : Four Years of Existence !

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Dar es Salaam Declaration on Reenergizing the Peace Process in Darfur

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Darfuri students sit for their annual exam,
12 March 2012