Sora - a female name from South Sudan, meaning revolution.
SORA - a revolution in global awareness. A revolution of knowledge

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The political landscape in Sudan is controversial and complicated. This page contains sites that discuss political issues relating to Sudan. None of the links are, to the editors knowledge, affiliated with particular parties in Sudanese politics. The purpose of the page is to provide access to political analysis of Sudan covering issues including party politics, democracy and access to aid.


Oxfam Australia - Sudan page (website)
Oxfam Australia had numerous projects operating in and around Sudan for many years, but decided in 2002 to withdraw from this region. This page provides information about Oxfam's work in Sudan, particularly their humanitarian work in the Darfur region and their peace building project in Kaltok. The news archive provides an insight into the experiences of their aid workers in Sudan over the last few years. Other Oxfam programs (particularly Oxfam Great Britain) continue to work in Sudan and there are links to pages containing details of their programs.

affiliated with the Sudanese Australian Integrated Learning Program, Australia
associated with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Peace Education Program, Kenya & Uganda
sole distributor outside of Africa of the Sudan Mirror Newspaper, Sudan
partnered with the African Studies Association of Australasia and the Pacific (AFSAAP)