Blog Posts in Sudan Revolts

Posted by Tracy Fehr on Sep 11, 2012

After enduring 45 days of detainment, beatings, torture, a trial in Sudanese court, and two arrests, Rudwan Dawod is free and back with his family in the United States. And although Dawod’s nightmare is finally over, many other political prisoners and human rights activists in Sudan still remain in custody.

Posted by Tracy Fehr on Aug 16, 2012

Just as loved ones and supporters began to celebrate the release of Sudanese activist Rudwan Dawod on August 13, Sudan’s National Intelligence and Security Services, or NISS, re-arrested Dawod and took him to an undisclosed location.

Posted by Marjon Momand on Aug 2, 2012

At least eight people were killed in an anti-regime demonstration in Sudan’s Darfur region on Tuesday when over 1,000 people took to the streets to protest high fuel prices and the brutality of President Omar al-Bashir’s 23-year-long rule. This demonstration was the latest and largest in a series of protests that have swept through Sudan since Bashir announced new austerity measures in June.

Posted by Marjon Momand on Jul 17, 2012

This week's post in the series Enough 101 provides definitions of some the key terms coined during the ongoing pro-democracy protests in Sudan.

Posted by Laura Heaton on Jul 13, 2012

Nagi Musa is the co-founder of the Sudanese pro-democracy group Girifna. He spoke to the Enough Project about the Friday protests that have become a weekly event after prayers, his friend and fellow Girifna member Rudwan Dawod, who was arrested last week, and the impact the government’s crackdown on peaceful demonstrators is having even on those who haven’t taken to the streets.