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NGOS EXPELLED FROM EASTERN SUDAN (8 JUNE 2012)

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Voices for Sudan, the D.C.-based advocacy organization, condemns the actions announced by the Sudanese government on Friday, June 1, 2012 to expel four aid organizations from eastern Sudan. Eastern Sudan is an historically impoverished and underdeveloped region. These conditions will only be exacerbated by Khartoum’s removal of four aid organizations, including Save the Children Sweden, […]

NEW DEADLINE FOR SOUTH SUDANESE IN ISRAEL (6 FEBRUARY 2012)

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cThe Washington, D.C.-based Sudan advocacy umbrella organization, Voices for Sudan (VFS), expresses deep concern about a recent decision by Israeli government officials that all South Sudanese must return to South Sudan by the first of April or face deportation from Israel. This announcement comes after a trip to Israel made by President Salvir Kiir of […]

PARTNERSHIP WITH STAND (6 SEPT 2012)

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Voices for Sudan is proud to announce its official partnership with STAND: A Student Anti-Genocide Coalition. STAND is the leading student movement committed to preventing and responding to mass atrocities and genocide, and engaging U.S. foreign policy in implementing prevention and civilian protection programs. With a couple hundred chapters, youth communities, and almost 200 individual […]

VFS HOSTS SOUTH SUDANESE ENVIRONMENTAL MINISTER (11 JUNE 2012)

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Environmental Minister Alfred Gore made his first trip to the United States in early June when he was invited by the Bari Community in the United States. During his stay here in the United States he visited seven states and Washington, DC. Throughout his trip he had the opportunity to meet with sections of the […]

VFS MEETS WITH THE SOUTH SUDANESE MINISTRY (30 MAY 2012)

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Voices for Sudan attended a briefing on Sudan and South Sudan at the Institute on Religion & Democracy. In attendance were Ministers of South Sudan including Deng Alor, the South Sudan Minister of Cabinet Affairs, and Pagan Amum, South Sudan’s Chief Negotiator. The briefing covered a summary of recent events between North and South Sudan […]