Filed under Public Statements / June 20, 2016

19 June 2016 On the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict the undersigned 24 individuals and civil society organisations call on the Sudanese government to end the widespread sexual violence committed by its security forces and to reverse the atmosphere of impunity that fosters it. Download the read Read More…


Filed under Public Statements / March 4, 2016

Download the pdf of this letter here. H.E. Ambassador Ismael Abraão Gaspar Martins Permanent Representative, Mission of Republic of Angola to the UN President, United Nations Security Council Your Excellency, We, the undersigned 116 representatives of Sudanese and international humanitarian and human rights organizations and advocates, write to you in your capacity as President of Read More…


Filed under Actions / March 1, 2016

As you know, Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir is wanted by the International Criminal Court for genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity. March 4th marks the 7th anniversary of the ICC issuing the first arrest warrant for al-Bashir. This anniversary arrives while government-led violence against ethnic-African civilians has been increasing and worsening, and delivery of Read More…


Filed under Actions, Public Statements / February 29, 2016

Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir is wanted by the International Criminal Court for genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity. March 4th marks the 7th anniversary of the ICC issuing the first arrest warrant for al-Bashir. To commemorate this anniversary, Sudanese and American friends will hold a rally in New York City near the United Nations, Read More…


Filed under Actions / February 21, 2016

There is a petition on “We the People” with over 30,000 signatures asking for the lifting of the US sanctions against Sudan. Sudanese diaspora believe that the Government of Sudan is behind the campaign and want to fight back. They created their own counter-petition and we must hep amplify their voices. ACT NOW: SIGN THE Read More…


Filed under Press Releases, Public Statements / January 29, 2016

Highlights need for U.S. action to end humanitarian crises in Sudan FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Susan Morgan, 617 797 0451, susan@paxcommunications.org Download this Press Release and Letter. WASHINGTON, DC – January 29, 2016 – Mohamed Suleiman, an American from Darfur and Co-Founder of Act for Sudan, today issued an open letter to President Obama, imploring him to make Read More…


Filed under Media & Press, Public Statements / January 29, 2016

Written by Act for Sudan co-founder Esther Sprague and originally posted here on Huffington Post.  Economic sanctions, though imperfect, can be a powerful tool to advance U.S. foreign policy goals, particularly if those sanctions are broad-based, employed over a long period, and are strongly enforced. That has been the case with U.S. sanctions against Iran Read More…


Filed under Media & Press / December 10, 2015

December 7, 2015 (KHARTOUM) – Sudanese and international groups, and prominent rights activists Monday called on the UN chief and American president to hold the Sudanese government responsible for prevention humanitarian access to civilians in the war affected areas. In a letter extended to Ban Ki-moon and Barak Obama, the signatories said that blocking humanitarian Read More…


Filed under Public Statements / December 7, 2015

H.E. Mr. Ban Ki-moon Secretary General of the United Nations New York, NY  10017 President Barack Obama The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington, DC   20500 RE: Unhindered Assistance from Multiple Locations for the Two Areas and throughout Sudan Your Excellency and Mr. President, In light of the impasse at the 10th round of Read More…


Filed under Public Statements / December 3, 2015

The following  letter was sent on November 19th, 2015 by Nuba Mountains Civil Society Organizations and Blue Nile Sons Association to support the position of delivering the humanitarian aid to war affected areas throughout impartial and neutral party. To: African Union and the Chair of African Union High Implementation Panel (AUHIP) United Nations and their representatives on peace Read More…