Sora - a female name from South Sudan, meaning revolution.
SORA - a revolution in global awareness. A revolution of knowledge
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PEOPLE & LANGUAGES
One of the chief and immediate concerns for all resettled communities is
learning the local language. Language teaching institutions, in countries
that receive Sudanese people, need to be aware of the educational
background of their students.
Apart from birth-country, it is difficult to pin-point a unifying feature
of all the people of Sudan. Sudanese people can have vastly different
values, languages, beliefs and collective histories to their Sudanese-born
neighbours. This fact is probably best illustrated by the recent war in
Sudan, which has been fought for decades on a number of fronts (North -
South and intertribal especially).
This page serves to illustrate the significant variations that exist
between different groups, subcultures and tribes within Sudan and
therefore, among the Sudanese Diaspora. This research aims to inform
people of the nuances and intricacies that make the Sudanese Diaspora so
varied and diverse.
This page also provides access to research concerning the different people
of Sudan and the languages spoken by them. It also contains information
about the educational past of many Sudanese refugees before they flee
Sudan itself or the surrounding refugee camps.
Tribes, movement and alliances of the people of Sudan (webpage)
This essay outlines the ethnic groups of Sudan and briefly explains their history. The page provides useful guidance on population statistics as well as information about the internal migration of tribes in Sudan. It also provides introductory explanations of the Arab, Beja, Fur, Zaghawa, Masalit, Daju, and Berti peoples. Migrants and refugees within Sudan are discussed, with a particular focus on those who migrate internally, people better known as internally displaced persons.