On New Year’s Day 1956 the Republic of the Sudan was born. It stood on the foundations of many African kingdoms in Nubia, Darfur, Kordofan, Blue Sultanate and South Sudan.Read More
On 4th August 2015, Dr. Khalid Elmubarak, Press Attache' at the Embassy of Sudan in London, wrote as a reply to Mrs. Patricia Parker's comment on the recent migrants' crisis in Calais:
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Human Rights Watch deserves respect because it stood against the grain during the G. Bush presidency and said that the crisis in Darfur was not a Genocide.
However, the report entitled Sudan: Silencing Women Rights Defenders, dated March 23, 2016 about Sudanese women is flawed, incomplete and selective. It did not mention that Sudanese women have campaigned for and won equal pay for equal work, the right to vote, 32% of seats in Parliament (130 MPs), representation in the Cabinet, 14 Ambassadors, appointments in the Judiciary ( unlike neighbouring Middle Eastern countries) including the High Court and legal advisors to the President. 67% of higher education students are women, 41% of legal attorneys as well as 17% of police officers are women.