Wednesday, June 18, 2008

What's Happening in Sudan

If you are at all interested in refugees and human rights, then keeping up with what is happening in the Sudan is critical.

Sudan: What's Happening, What Needs to Happen Now?
A public event co-sponsored with the Center for Strategic and International Studies

Date and Time
Wednesday, June 18, 2008
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

U.S. Institute of Peace
2nd Floor Conference Room
1200 17th St, NW
Washington, DC 20036

Sudan needs to implement a North/South Comprehensive Peace Agreement even as it faces a major crisis in Darfur, where the UN is deploying its forces only with difficulty. In May, the contested oil-producing area Abyei suffered a confrontation between the Sudan Armed Forces and the Sudan People's Liberation Army that has left tens of thousands displaced and homeless, placed in doubt implementation of Sudan's Comprehensive Peace Agreement and threatened a return to civil war. A subsequent agreement reached earlier this month may provide a way forward, including a new arbitration procedure, security measures and establishment of an administration in the Abyei area. Questions linger about what happened in Abyei, what is happening in Darfur and what needs to happen now to reestablish peace and stability and prevent recurrence of violence.

    * Rich Williamson
      U.S. Special Envoy for Sudan
    * Alex de Waal
      Harvard University
    * Andrew Natsios
      Georgetown University
    * Vanessa Jimenez
      The Public International Law & Policy Group
    * Steve Morrison, Moderator Center for Strategic and International Studies

Media Inquiries

Please contact Ian Larsen (+1.202.429.3870) or Lauren Sucher (+1.202.429.3822) in the Office of Public Affairs and Communications.

To RSVP, please send your name, affiliation, daytime phone number, and name of the event to Duke Lindsey at


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wwwwwwwwwoooooooooooowwwwwwwww!!!!!!! that is some weird stuff cant believe that this is happening in the world why dont some people step it up places and make a say in the world u kno AARRRRGGGG??????

Posted by: abigail | Oct 15, 2008 1:39:40 PM

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