Sudan Conflict Monitor – Issue No. 7

October 31, 2023

The Sudan Conflict Monitor is a rapid response to the expanding war in Sudan written through a peacebuilding, human rights, and justice lens, reflecting on the most important stories in Sudan. Please share it widely.

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These are the top stories in this issue:

  • The fall of Nyala. Nyala appears to have fallen to the RSF.
  • Indiscriminate attacks intensify. There has been a marked increase in indiscriminate attacks in September and October
  • Humanitarian conditions worsen, attacks on healthcare continue.
  • Civilians hold first consensus building meeting in Addis. The session marks a step forward in the effort to coordinate civilian voices.
  • Restarting Jeddah. Ceasefire talks between the RSF and the SAF resumed in Jeddah.
  • United Nations approves fact-finding mission, fails on other fronts. The new mission is welcome, but additional measures are needed.
  • Sudan discussed at the United Nations General Assembly in New York. Events highlighted the grave humanitarian situation, the need for accountability and the prospects for a political deal.

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