Speak Out on Sudan

Since fighting between the Sudanese Armed Forces and the Rapid Support Forces exploded in April, Sudan has been catapulted into crisis.

More than 7 million people have been displaced, with nearly a million people newly displaced each month.

20.5 million people—almost half of Sudan’s population—are experiencing food insecurity. 6 million are on the doorstep of famine. 

In West Darfur, mass killings have reignited fears of the region’s past genocide. 

Global leaders must not stay silent.

It’s Time to Speak Out on Sudan.

We’re calling on….

The Biden administration to investigate and name the atrocity crimes that have occurred in Sudan so that those responsible may be held to account.
The global media to cover the conflict in Sudan with the urgency and attention that these atrocities demand.
You to stay informed and speak out. 

The Nation: We Cannot Let Sudan Starve


The New Humanitarian: Urgent Help Needed for Stranded South Sudanese Returnees


UN Dispatch: It’s Time to Invoke The Responsibility to Protect in Sudan

Featured Image: A mother kisses her child who is suffering from malaria at a clinic inside the Adre camp, where around 200,000 people from Sudan are currently taking refuge on September 19, 2023 in Adre, Chad. (Photo by Abdulmonam Eassa/Getty Images)