Explore Sudan and South Sudan's recent political history and access key documents on our interactive timeline.
Can we improve civilian protection by studying how mass atrocities have ended in the past? UN Photo/Martine Perret
The WPF's Sudan Peace Archive allows unprecedented access to the process of mediation in the Sudans.
For over 100 years, the WPF has sought to educate about the waste and destructiveness of war and preparation for war.
Through graphics and images, Alex de Waal explains Sudan's predicament. Read more.
This seminar arose from the World Peace Foundation project of compiling an archive of documents relating to the peace processes in Sudan and South Sudan. The main objective of the seminar was to introduce the archive to scholars working on Sudan and South Sudan and on African peace processes. A second objective was to examine [...]
Since the Institute for Economics and Peace began publishing its Global Peace Index (GPI) in 2008, each year has become less peaceful than the past, based on an assessment of 22 variables that measure the level of safety and security in society, the extent of domestic or international conflict, and the degree of militarization of [...]
James Copnall was the BBC’s Sudan correspondent between 2009-2012, and reported on the events leading up to South Sudan’s independence, as well as the subsequent clashes between Sudan and South Sudan. His new book, which offers a compassionate, yet understated account of the two Sudans’ “common past, interwoven present and mutually dependent future” could not [...]