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Sudan: Empty promises? Human rights violations in government-controlled areas

This report is primarily about human rights violations by government security forces and the administration of justice in the areas under the control of the government of Sudan.

Sudan endgame

The Sudan peace process is in its endgame. It is time for a second “grand bargain” on the remaining issues such as the status of the national capital, the presidency and the security arrangements to close the deal.

Deconstructing Engagement: Corporate Self-Regulation in Conflict Zones – Implications for Human Rights and Canadian Public Policy

This paper examines the existing governance gap in the accountability of transnational companies for violations of international human rights and humanitarian law associated with their extraterritorial operations.

Sudan's Other Wars

The two-party framework in which Sudan’s peace talks are being held is not adequately addressing all the country’s current armed conflicts: especially the long-running rebellions in the “Three Areas” (Abyei, the Nuba Mountains and Southern Blue Nile ) in the North, and the more recent outbreak of armed conflict in Darfur in western Sudan.

Sudan's road to peace: European dimensions

Conference Report. On June 24, 2003, The European Coalition on Oil in Sudan, uniting over 80 European development and human rights organisations, held a conference on Europe’s role in the Sudanese peace process. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss key issues of European concern, notably - How to benchmark effectively the EU-GoS political dialogue? - How the Cotonou Agreement mechanisms can best contribute to good governance, democracy, and respect for human rights in Sudan? - How to ensure that private sector activities foster, not rather than undermine the EU’s policy objectives?

Special Rapporteur of the Commission on Human Rights on the situation of human rights in the Sudan

By Mr. Gerhart Baum

Sudan's Oil Fields burn again: brinkmanship endangers the peace process

This ICG paper describes how renewed fighting at the end of 2002/ start 2003 endangers the Sudan Peace Process and calls for strong international engagement.

CPMT Report: Military Events in the Western Upper Nile

Many thousands of civilians have been forcibly displaced from their villages by direct military attack in the areas Lara-Tam-Nhialdou-Leel and the villages south of Mankien and Mayom. Maps and investigation details provided.

CPMT Report: Military Events in Leer

Much of the population of Leer has been driven out by direct military attack. Eyewitness accounts of military attacks appear to be direct and intentional attacks against civilians.

CPMT Verification Update: Alleged Hostile Activity

This is an Updated assessment of hostile actions reported 1 Jan to 30 Jan 03 in the Western Upper Nile (WUN) Region. Overflight images, verification photos, diagrams of attacks.

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