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Famine is a gross infringement of the rights of ordinary Sudanese to live an acceptable life, or indeed live any life at all. Hundreds of thousands of Sudanese, very many of them children, have died from hunger and disease in the last fifteen years. The blame for this lies squarely at the door of Sudanese politicians and military commanders, who by their abuses and inactions have created these human tragedies.
The purpose of this book is partly to document some of the famine crimes committed in Sudan. Partly it is to evaluate relief programmes, not in detail but more generally with respect to their success or failure in fighting Sudan’s chronic vulnerability to famine. More fundamentally it is to identify the political conditions that create famine or make its prevention possible.
Facing Genocide: The Nuba of Sudan
Facing Genocide: The Nuba of Sudan constitutes the first detailed study of the genocidal activities of the Government of Sudan in the Nuba Mountains—a study that the authors assert is ‘‘the first exposure of the crimes being committed there by the Sudan Government: all-out assault on the rural Nuba.” The investigation carried out by African Rights produces clear and abundant evidence that the Government of Sudan was intent on wiping out Nuba society and culture.
Sudan’s Invisible Citizens: The Policy of Abuse Against Displaced People in the North
The government of Sudan has inflicted appalling suffering on several million of its citizens who are displaced from their homes, through a systematic and brutal policy of forcible change of cultural identity, discrimination through the law and the demolition of their houses and forced relocation. This volume analyses the history of uneven development and labour migration in Sudan and explores the policies that contribute to continued hardship against these displaced communities.