Sudan Conflict Monitor #6

September 4, 2023

The Sudan Conflict Monitor is a rapid response to the expanding war in Sudan written through a peacebuilding, human rights, and justice lens. Bi-weekly, we try to capture the five most important stories in Sudan. Please share it widely.

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These are the top stories in this issue:

  • Conflict updates. Al-Burhan toured SAF bases in Omdurman, Atbara and traveled to Egypt; Urban warfare has continued in Khartoum and Omdurman; Darfur and the Kordofans: violence takes on a life of its own. Violence in the peripheries is beginning to take dynamics of its own, apart from the agendas of the belligerents.
  • Humanitarian situation: allegations of misappropriation and mismanagement of resources.
  • Political developments: Agar’s roadmap. There have been reports about the diversion of humanitarian aid and attacks on health workers.
  • The Justice and Equality Movement’s Convulsions: A shake-up in the leadership of JEM is a signal of much deeper divides.
  • Instrumentalizing Justice Again: SAF claims that it will pass information on RSF crimes to the ICC, but will this advance accountability overall?  

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