SSSUK's Annual Symposium and AGM 2019 will take place in London on Saturday 7th September.
Venue: the Brunei Lecture Theatre, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), Thornhaugh Street (off Russell Square), London WC1H 0XG.
Timings: Registration is from 9:15 to 10.15 and the Symposium will finish at 16:30.
The state of higher education in Sudan post 30th June 1989: Selma el Rayan and Asim Salem. Chairperson: Fergus Nicoll.
The Role of the Sudanese diaspora in the UK in the 19th December Revolution: Reflections, Challenges and the Way Forward: Amira Osman.
Sudanese Women's Aspirations and challenges for effective Political Participation (تطلعات المرأة السودانية وتحديات المشاركة السياسية الفعالة): Suad Musa.
‘Fuel subsidy in South Sudan: Was it helpful?': August Ting Mayai.
Sara Ibrahim Abdelgalil: Health outbreaks in Sudan: social injustice that led to a political change. A story that has different versions.
Sara O. Beleil: Silence in Blue: Campaign against sexual violence used in Sudan to crackdown women’s resistance.
Nada Kamal SDU UK initiative Sudan Revolution Art as a project that can promote healing for Sudanese diaspora in UK following the Khartoum massacre.
- Politics Panel: Rosalind Marsden: Challenges facing the new transitional government.
Further programme details will be posted here nearer the time.
Please book in advance as we cannot guarantee a place or lunch for those who register on the day. Those who book in advance should still register at the desk when they arrive on 4th September.
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