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Sudan, Divided: Addressing the Primary Challenges to the South’s Development (part 1 of 3)


Tuesday, August 9, will mark one month since South Sudan’s official independence and international recognition as Africa’s 54th state. As the new nation begins to form its policies on development issues, its leadership and citizenry must successfully overcome several obstacles. If the fledgling nation is to surmount its history of protracted violence and denial of civilians’ most basic rights, the development of South Sudan must be a constructive and inclusive process.

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Amidst Violence, A Human Rights Agenda for South Sudan


Six months after nearly 99% of South Sudanese voted to secede from Sudan, and mere days before South Sudan officially gains independence on July 9, border disputes threaten to spiral into yet another civil war.

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Women in Darfur: One Year On


Last Thursday marked the end of General Gration's first 12 months as US Special Envoy to Sudan - an event that closely followed the one year anniversary of the Government of Sudan's expulsion of humanitarian organizations in March 2009...

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Human Rights = Healthy Women: 3 Days Left to be One of 10,000!


To the more than 2,200 of you who have urged your Senators to protect women's rights and women's health by Ratifying CEDAW: Thank You! We are more than halfway through the 10,000 in 10 Campaign, and really need your help to reach our goal of 10,000 signatures to support CEDAW.

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Campaign on Gender-Based Violence Begins by Honoring Darfuri Women Refugees


The Save Darfur Coalition honored Darfuri women refugees at the Farchana Camp in Chad to mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women on November 25 and to kick off a global campaign of activism against gender-based violence.

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