Tracing the roots of discrimination in Sudanese law

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The foundations of systemic discrimination that were laid long before Sudan’s independence in 1956, continue to be visible within the institutions and structures of the Sudanese state today. Its geographical location on the border of the African Savanah paved the way for Sudan’s history of involvement in the slave trade, which has largely contributed to an inherited ethnic and cultural pluralisation among the population inhabiting Sudan.

Breaking Gender Stereotypes: Research Paper Statement

Photography: Ahmad Mahmoud Today SIHA launches its latest publication entitled Negotiating Space: Sudanese Women’s Access to Vocational Education & Employment. Drawing on SIHA’s Breaking Gender Stereotypes Phase II project, the paper explores how urban poor women experience access and opportunity in vocational training and subsequent employment in Greater Khartoum, Sudan. To contextualize this analysis, the …

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