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UN HRC: Joint NGO Letter on Human Right Situation in Sudan

A joint NGO letter to the UN Human Rights Council to recognize and respond to the gravity of the human rights situation in Sudan, and to ensure that it addresses the serious and widespread violations of human rights and international humanitarian law in the country under the Council’s agenda item 4 during its upcoming 27th session.

NGO Letter HRC27 — Sudan Letter —

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