A Crisis Normalised: Civilian perspectives on the conflict in Sudan’s Blue Nile State


Published: 7 Sep 2016

(Kampala, 6 September 2016) Five years after the start of the conflict in Sudan’s Blue Nile State, attacks against civilians continue unabated according to a report released by the International Refugee Rights Initiative (IRRI) and the National Human Rights Monitors Organisation (NHRMO) today.

A Crisis Normalised: Civilian perspectives on the conflict in Sudan’s Blue Nile State explores the views of civilians displaced from or living within Blue Nile on the causes and consequences of the conflict between the Sudanese government and Sudan People’s Liberation Movement/Army – North (SPLM/A-N). The report is based on interviews carried out in April and May 2016 in SPLM/A-N held Blue Nile as well as in Juba and Maban refugee camp in South Sudan.

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Programmes: Resolving Displacement, Accountability, Responsibility to Protect
Regions: North and Horn of Africa, Sudan
Type: Library, Paper