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Sudan Law Reform Advocacy Briefing December 2013

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Sudan Law Reform Advocacy Briefing December 2013

Welcome to the third issue of the Sudan Law Reform Advocacy Briefing. This Briefing is published quarterly to highlight and reflect on law reform developments and issues critical to the promotion and protection of human rights in Sudan. Its aim is to inform and engage those working on, and interested in, law reform and human rights in Sudan. The present issue focuses on the right to demonstrate peacefully and violations in this context. The applicable laws and responses by Sudanese authorities to protests have been a matter of long-standing and acute concern.

This issue of the Sudan Law Reform Advocacy Briefing also contains a list of reports recently published by international and regional organisations, NGOs and others.

Yours, Lutz Oette

For further information, please visit our dedicated project website at www.pclrs.org/

Please contact Lutz Oette (REDRESS) at lutz@redress.org (Tel +44 20 77931777) if you wish to share information or submit your comments for consideration, or if you do not wish to receive any further issues of the advocacy briefing.

The Advocacy Briefings are available online at: http://www.pclrs.org/english/updates.


You can read the full report online here: http://www.pclrs.org/downloads/sudan-advocacy-briefing—december-2013.pdf

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