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DRDC - FRONTPAGE - 05 Sept 2017 Political assassinations of University Students from Darfur Continues in Sudan

05 September 2017

 

Political assassinations of University Students from Darfur Continues in Sudan

Political assassinations and violence against university students in Sudan has reached epidemic proportions. University campus across Sudan are no longer places of peace and intellectual and academic development rather they became killing grounds mainly for political motives. University students originating from war-torn Darfur, especially members of the United Popular Front (UPF), bear a major share of the brunt of these crimes and aggressions. The suspected culprits in most, if not all, these incidents of violence and criminality are members of the students’ wing of the ruling National Congress Party (NCP) referred to as the National Islamic Students’ Movement and its Jihadists Units.


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DRDC - FRONTPAGE - 31 Aug 2017 Assault against University Students from Darfur Continues in Sudan

31 August 2017

 

Assault against University Students from Darfur Continues in Sudan

The conflict that pits hundreds of students from Darfur and the administration of the University of Bakht Alruda in Al-Dewaim town (White Nile State) remains unresolved and threatens the future of these students. All attempts for an amicable solution of the conflict failed as the two parties assumed irreconcilable positions and refused all possible compromise solutions. The ongoing crisis started on 18 July 2017 when 1,256 students from Darfur at the University of Bakht Alruda submitted their resignations and abandoned the university campus in protest of what they described as a series of discriminatory practices, abuses and maltreatment they suffered in the hands of the university administration and the security forces in the aftermath of the Students’ Union elections


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DRDC - FRONTPAGE - 20 jul 2017 Assault against Students from Darfur in Sudan

20 July 2017

 

Assault against Students from Darfur in Sudan

The Darfur Relief and Documentation Centre (DRDC) notes with concern the ongoing assault against students from Darfur in universities and higher education institutions in Sudan. The most recent incident in this respect has been reported at the University of Bakht Alruda, Al-Dewaim Town (White Nile State), where more than one thousand students from Darfur were forced to submit their resignations and abandon the university campus in protest of a series of abuses and maltreatment they have reportedly suffered in the hands of the university administration and the security forces. The students accused the university administration and the local authorities of harassment and intimidation, disruption of life and studies as well as systematic exclusion, discrimination and physical and verbal abuses, including the use of disparaging language and racist slur against them.


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DRDC - FRONTPAGE - 25 Aug 2017 Statement on Disarmament in Darfur

25 August 2017

 

Statement on Sudan’s Decision to Disarm Civilians in Darfur

The Darfur Relief and Documentation Centre has been closely monitoring the recent decisions of the Government of Sudan (GoS) to reorganize its allied militia groups and to disarm civilians, including some government-sponsored tribal military formations in Darfur. GoS also announced its intention to disarm civilians and irregular combatants in West Kordofan State. The abrupt decision entails the prevention of the use and/or confiscation of private four-wheel-drive vehicles that are widely used in Darfur as a means of intra and interstate transport for goods and persons.


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DRDC - FRONTPAGE - 12 jul 2017 Decision of the US Administration on Economic Sanctions on Sudan

12 July 2017

 

Decision of the US Administration on Economic Sanctions on Sudan

The Darfur Relief and Documentation Centre (DRDC) notes with satisfaction the decision adopted by the US Administration on 11 July 2017 to extend the review period accorded to the Government of Sudan (GoS) until 12 October 2017 before lifting the economic sanctions maintained by successive US Administrations on Sudan during the last 20 years. It is worth mentioning that the USA has imposed unilateral economic sanctions regime on Sudan in 1997 and it had been further strengthened in 2006 due to the criminal responsibility of GoS for massive violations of human rights and international humanitarian law in Darfur. In this decision, the US Administration outlined that it needed more review time to establish GoS’s commitment to sustained positive actions on matters listed in Executive Order 13761 issued by former US President Barak Obama on 13 January 2017.


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 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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DECLARATION

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