Donors, Diplomats Should Insist on Respect for Free Speech, Association
(Nairobi, January 13, 2013) – Sudan should immediately rescind its decision to shut down four civil society organizations in Khartoum in December 2012, Human Rights Watch said today. The government should allow independent groups to operate freely and conduct peaceful protests.
International donors, diplomats, and organizations involved in Sudan, including the United Nations’ independent expert on Sudan, should all (...)
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