SUDO (UK): Human Rights Abuses in Sudan over the Month of July 2016

During the month of July 2016, SUDO (UK)’s network of human rights monitors have reported and verified 66 incidents relating to the abuse of human rights across Sudan involving eight Sudanese states. Enclosed within the 66 reports, SUDO (UK) has assessed that forces under the direct control of the Government of Sudan were responsible for 32 instances of human rights abuses, whilst forces categorised as Janjaweed and/or pro-government were responsible for 30 abuses. The Armed Opposition movements were accountable for four abuses, whilst members of a Nuweiba ethnic militia were responsible for one instance. In total, 67 actors were identified as perpetrators within the 66 reports.