ACJPS: Violations against Immigrants: ACJPS’ Report on Illegal Immigration and the Violations Related to the Rights of Asylum Seekers in Sudan

(October 2018) Before and after the secession of South Sudan in July 2011, Sudan was and still is one of the destinations for illegal immigrants and a crossing point for asylum seekers. Sudan’s common borders with Chad, Central African Republic, Congo, Uganda, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Egypt and Libya are used as crossing gates for citizens of numerous countries heading to their final destinations in Europe. 10% of those emigrants settle in Sudan, whereas 90% use it as a crossing point.