ACHPR 60th Ordinary Session: Human Rights Conditions of Female Detainees and Prisoners in Sudan

SIHA maintains its observer status at the ACHPR and took the opportunity to voice the concerns of women prisoners in Sudan and the public order regime which unjustly restricts women’s freedoms and rights in public settings. The discriminative laws and practices, leading to corporal punishments such as flogging and death by stoning, which are based […]

Ethnic targeting of civilians in Wau, South Sudan

Clashes between rebel groups and armed forces started on Sunday 9th April 2017 and gunfire erupting inside the town of Wau on 10 April 2017 killing at least 16 people and injuring 10. Witnesses described ethnic militias going door to door searching for people from specific groups. Reports suggest that the militias were aligned to[…..]

International Women’s Day – 8 March 2017

‘She is dead; her body came from Saudi’ International Women’s Day is calling on the masses to help forge a better working world- a more inclusive, gender equal world. However, that gender parity working world and that equal pay is a far cry from the reality of the working conditions that is facing trafficked women[…..]