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May 13th, 2015

New HART Newsletter Released Today!

We are delighted to announce the release of HART’s latest newsletter. Download your copy here!  This edition focuses on the situation in Sudan and South Sudan. We wanted to share some of the stories we heard on our visit earlier this year, and the perspectives of those we met. 
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May 12th, 2015

Baroness Cox’s Contribution to the Global Forum in Yerevan on the Occasion of the Centenary of the Armenian Genocide.

Many may have read HART’s report on the Global Forum Against the Crime of Genocide, which took place in Yerevan, two days before the official date for recognition of the centenary of the Armenian Genocide. Day two of this forum was chaired by  Patrick Devedjian (France), Nikolay Ryzhkov (Russia) and Baroness Caroline Cox (UK)....

May 11th, 2015

HART Report into The Arms Trade and Sudan: Uncovering the Major Arms Exporters and the Human Rights Abuses They Support

A new report from Jack Lindsay at HART, bringing together evidence from multiple sources and investigations, highlights how the international arms trade is fuelling conflict in Sudan and enabling the al-Bashir regime to carry out human rights abuses on a grand scale....

April 22nd, 2015

“We just want a rest from war” | Civilian perspectives on the conflict in Sudan’s Southern Kordofan State

A comprehensive and authoritative new report documenting the conflict in South Kordofan State has just been published by the International Refugee Rights Initiative (IRRI) and the National Human Rights Monitoring Organisation. It focuses on the voices and perspec...

February 5th, 2015

Statement By Baroness Cox And HART About Sudanese Officials Attending The US National Prayer Breakfast

We are shocked to learn that Sudanese Foreign Minister Ali Ahmed Karti has been invited to attend this morning’s National Prayer Breakfast (5th February), which is commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide. The event will bring together guests from 5...

July 15th, 2014

Baroness Cox raises a question on Sudan in the House of Lords

On Monday 14th July, Baroness Cox raised a short question on Sudan for debate in the House of Lords. She asked Her Majesty’s Government “what is their assessment of human rights in the Republic of Sudan”, then moved into a short speech in which she spoke with “a heavy heart from first-hand evidence”. ...

June 10th, 2014

International community must act to end Sudan’s “unprecedented and intense” bombing of civilians

46 organisations, including HART, have appealed to the UN Security Council to demand an end to the targeting of civilians by the Government of Sudan’s Armed Forces. The press release follows; you can download the letter itself below.  A coalition of 46 organizati...

March 20th, 2014

HART Visit to South Sudan

A new report from the Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust (HART), based on a recent visit to South Sudan, attests to a rapidly deteriorating humanitarian crisis and widespread impunity for grave human rights abuses. It calls for more people to speak out on South Sudan....

January 28th, 2014

South Sudan Crisis: Impact on the Nuba Mountains and Blue Nile

Thursday, 23rd January 2014 brought the news that a Cessation of Hostilities agreement had been signed in Addis Ababa. Mediated by the Inter-Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD), an East-African regional grouping, and signed by representatives of the Government of the Republic of South Sudan and the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement in Opposition, the agreement mandates the cessation of all military actions....

December 11th, 2013

VIDEO: Bombardment in the Nuba Mountains 10 December 2013

Yesterday (10 December 2013) video footage captured the bombardment of a village in the Nuba Mountains region of Sudan. Four bombs and one missile were used by a Sukhoi Su-24 Jet to attack civilians’ homes and the marketplace. Please share this video to raise awareness of what the NCP Government in Khartoum is doing to its own people....
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