Sudan Online Justice Hub: News and resources on the conflict and tools for addressing violations


Stories on justice in Sudan and elsewhere, as well as resources related to transitional justice, domestic, regional and international accountability mechanisms such as domestic courts and the International Criminal Court in The Hague.

Sudan’s war on women

Since the beginning of the war until November, 136 cases of rape throughout Sudan, including 16 cases of minors, has been confirmed.

No Justice without reparations

Even the most comprehensive accountability measures may be seen as incomplete by the affected community without effective reparations.

Open source investigations

A growing and evolving collection of methods and tools used to gather and analyse publicly available information.

Conflict sensitive journalism

The practice of being aware of and sensitive to the implications of reporting in/on conflict-affected areas.

Transitional justice

Transitional justice is justice adapted to societies transforming themselves after a period of pervasive human rights abuse.

The International Criminal Court

The only permanent tribunal with the jurisdiction to investigate & prosecute individuals charged with international crimes.

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The Sudan Justice Hub is supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of The Netherlands and the German Federal Foreign Office.
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