Programs

Sudan Program

Providing real-time analysis of developments in Sudan

This page contains historical information and is preserved here as a matter of record.

Alex de Waal (far left) arranges for African leaders attending the High Level African Union Panel on Darfur to travel into rebel territory and meet with rebel leaders, June 2009.

The Sudan program is a real-time social science research project looking into conflict and humanitarian issues in Sudan. Begun in 2004, the program took over several long-standing research and policy engagement initiatives that involved providing analysis and advice to the UN, African Union, and other actors who are involved in trying to resolve the country’s problems. The program produces regular research briefings, scholarly articles and books, and the frequently updated blog Making Sense of Sudan.

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