News from Sudan
The Sudanese Journalists Union (dissolved in 2019 by the government) released a statement denouncing the harassment and arrests of Journalists under the accusation of” inciting strife and undermining the constitutional order”.
Widespread rioting and insecurity have prompted the Governors of South and North Darfur to declare a state of emergency and impose curfews in their states their states
Governor of North Darfur State declares a state of emergency throughout the state and imposes a curfew from 0600 to 1800.
Sponsored by the European Union and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the workshop was convened at the Academy for Strategic and Security Studies in Khartoum and was to contribute to the governments efforts in raising awareness/knowledge and developing strategies and programmes to combat money laundering and terrorism financing.
This report is produced as part of the Sudan Civic Space Monitor and presents a brief on the situation of civic space in the country based on the fundamental pillars of Freedom of Expression and Access to Information, Freedom of Association and Assembly, Non-discrimination/Inclusion and Citizen/Political Participation. The report is based on news and information that is captured and published on the Civic Monitor website and analysis provided by Sudanese civil society actors from different backgrounds and areas of expertise.