News from Khartoum
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”.
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.
The Ministry of Youth and Sports in Sudan has dissolved eight sports federations on the grounds that they existed solely in paper and had no physical presence or headquarters.
The government continues its use of the Sudan Voluntary and Humanitarian Works Act of 2006 to close and confiscate the assets of civil society organizations.
A police force raided the headquarters of the Union of Carpenters and handed it over to the new members of the Union.