When thinking about elections in Sudan, an important area to focus on is campaigns, which have historically enabled incumbent parties to dominate the political space and stifle serious challenges. This briefing focuses on how election campaigns have been conducted in Sudan, with particular reference to the elections in 2010 and 2015.
The RVI Sudan Elections Project is a short-term study on the history of elections in Sudan—particularly the 2010 and 2015 elections.
مشروع انتخابات السودان التابع لـمعهد الاخدود الافريقي عبارة عن دراسة قصيرة المدى حول تاريخ الانتخابات في السودان - لا سيما انتخابات ٢٠١٠ و٢٠١٥
RVI's Magnus Taylor speaks with RVI researchers, Joseph Diing Majok and Nicki Kindersley, about their latest report, Breaking Out of the Borderlands: Understanding migrant pathways from Northern Bahr el-Ghazal, South Sudan.
On 16 March 2021, the Rift Valley Forum, in collaboration with the British Institute in Eastern Africa, will launch the book, Making and Breaking Peace in Sudan and South Sudan, authored by practitioners and scholars who examine the question of which and whose ideas of peace and peacemaking were pursued in the Sudans and how they fared.
The Rift Valley Institute, in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture, Museums and National Heritage, is sharing selected, approved documents from the South Sudan National Archives through social media channels to showcase the range of information available in the collection. This project is implemented in partnership with UNESCO with funding from the Norwegian Government.
The Rift Valley Institute, Catholic University of South Sudan, and Likikiri Collective are pleased to release the fruits of their latest collaboration. 'We're Graduates Now...' An Oral History Exhibition of University Graduates' Educational Journeys is borne out of an oral history course hosted by the three institutions for faculty and graduates of universities in South Sudan and…