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Sudan Now group lays out ‘road map’ for peace in Darfur | CSMonitor.com

A new proposal for a Darfur peace process is out, courtesy of the Sudan Now campaign.

With international attention focused almost exclusively on the North-South dynamics ahead of the southern referendum, conditions in Darfur have deteriorated with little attention. Amid recent aerial bombardments by the Sudanese Armed Forces and fresh clashes between various rebel groups and the Sudanese army, backed by government-supported militias, civilians in Darfur have been displaced en masse – often multiple times. Meanwhile, a peace process hosted by the Qatari government has been ongoing, but its inability to translate into meaningful stability on the ground in Darfur is stark.

A Roadmap for Peace in Darfur” puts forth three essential components of an effective plan.

Read more here: Sudan Now group lays out ‘road map’ for peace in Darfur – CSMonitor.com.

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