Survivor-Led Advocacy
Sudan

In Sudan we are working with local organisations to strengthen the capacities of survivors of sexual violence to advocate for their rights to justice and reparation
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Countering Conflict-Related Sexual Violence (CRSV)

Increasing Survivors’ Capacity to Advocate for Reparations in Sudan

 

We are working with the Global Survivors Fund and Sudanese partners to conduct a Study on the Status of and Opportunities for Reparations for Conflict-Related Sexual Violence (CRSV) in Sudan.

The aim of this project is to increase the capacities of survivors of CRSV  to articulate their reparative needs. The Study will provide an in-depth analysis of CRSV in Sudan, attempting to undertake a victim mapping of numbers and localities of survivors, including types of harm, and an in-depth analysis of survivors’ understandings, perceptions and needs in relation to reparations.