Statement Commending First International Conference on War in Sudan in Brussels

Read the statement commending the first international conference on war in Sudan held in Brussels. Learn about the role of participants in shedding light on the humanitarian crisis in Sudan and the...


4/26/20241 min read

In solidarity with Sudan and in support of human rights and freedoms amidst the serious humanitarian crisis facing the country, the first International Conference on the War in Sudan was held in Brussels on February 24th. The conference saw the participation of prominent international and Sudanese institutions, including the Sudanese Alliance for Sovereignty and Justice (Tasawoq) and the International Alliance for the Defense of Rights and Freedoms (Adal), along with wide participation from the Sudanese community in Europe.

We commend the efforts made by human rights and legal institutions to organize this important conference, which shed light on the humanitarian situation in Sudan and the atrocities committed by the Rapid Support Forces against civilians across the country.

The Sudanese Observatory for Human Rights actively participated by providing data and analysis highlighting the suffering of Sudanese people in various states. We thank the organizers of the conference for inviting Sudanese national institutions to participate.

We will work diligently to build bridges of communication with institutions interested in Sudanese affairs and to expand our scope of work to include Europe and the United States, to raise awareness about the plight of Sudanese people and shed light on the crimes they endure.

We call on all national human rights institutions to engage in this joint effort to promote human rights and justice in Sudan and beyond.