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April 6th, 2020

Sudan’s Transition to Democracy

  On 17 August 2019, the Transitional Military Council (TMC) and civilian leaders signed a deal as part of a planned 39-month transition to democracy....

April 3rd, 2020

South Sudan and COVID-19

As the world’s attention is focused on the Coronavirus outbreak, in South Sudan preventative measures are being taken as the number of cases across Africa begins to grow....

March 27th, 2020

Slavery in South Sudan

South Sudan and Sudan, like many African nations, have a history of slavery and traditions which have promoted and normalised slavery in many communities today....

March 2nd, 2020

Larn Tai, Director of Education for Shan State, Burma wins award at the Thai Foundations Awards Ceremony

A huge congratulations to Larn Tai who manages all HART projects at Loi Tai Leng School in Burma. If you would like to learn more about Loi Tai Leng School, click here....

February 8th, 2020

South Sudan: how the nation’s instability has let down the gentle pangolin

Pangolins are known for their gentle and unassuming character, even the way they move suggests their humility. Sadly, precious pangolins are the world’s most trafficked mammal which has pushed the species to extinction....

February 3rd, 2020

A century on, and the movement for Nagorno-Karabakh’s recognition as part of Armenia, continues. But where did it all begin?

Most famously, the early Armenian-Azerbaijani War consisted of multiple clashes in 1918 and further disputes from 1920-22....

January 28th, 2020

Suicide amongst the South Sudanese: the growing problem of South Sudanese refugees taking their own lives

Although South Sudan’s suicide figures are reasonably low, at 3.7 deaths per 100,000 people, there is a growing concern over the risk of suicide amongst South Sudanese refugees living in Uganda....

January 21st, 2020

Sudan’s Interim Government: Violence Continues

Sudan is one of the most fragile nations in the world with a long history of corrupt government and military. August 2019 saw a new interim government set to bring about democratic representation to the country within the next three years....

December 13th, 2019

Break the Silence: the obstacles and affects of the non-reporting of sexual abuse against males amongst Rohingya Muslims

  Whilst Aung San Suu Kyi continues to stay silent in the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on the claim that the Burmese military used systematic sexual violence and rape against Rohingya Muslim women and girls, it has been found that male victims of sexual violence are keeping silent in Bangladesh’s refugee camps....

December 12th, 2019

A Journey of Compassion

By Ivan Corea, HART supporter and Volunteer writes about the HART Christmas Carol Concert    
The HART Christmas Carol Concert was held on the 10th of December, at St.Cyprian’s
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