Sudan: End the attack on NGO’s
11 January 2013
Working on development, human rights and peace has become increasingly difficult in Sudan. In the last month, three NGOs have been closed and their staff harassed and questioned by the National Security Service (NSS). Worryingly, this crackdown is expected to continue in the coming weeks.
Since August 2012, Sudanese officials and pro-government media have engaged in a smear campaign against independent civil society (...)
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