ISBN: 1569021422 How is Sudan to develop a constitution that guarantees the right of its citizens, overcoming the problems of division, inequality and militarism in the country?
How is free expression and religious equality to be guaranteed, in a country scared by religious extremism and bigotry?
Women in Sudan have long suffered oppression and discrimination. What is the agenda for women’s emancipation?
How is self-determination to be implemented so that the Southern Sudanese can achieve their? What constitutional framework is appropriate for Southern Sudan?
How are the rights of ethnic minorities in Northern Sudan to be guaranteed? What race relations laws are needed?
What form of accountability for past human rights abuses should there be? Should there be prosecution and punishment, a truth commission, or should bygones by bygones?
Author: A.H Abdel Salam and Alex De Waal (editors)
Publisher: The Red Sea Press, Inc., Justice Africa (2001)
Pages: 308 Binding: Paperback
Description from the publisher:
This book represents the efforts of Sudanese civil society organizations to come to term with these challenges. Each chapter deals with a basic issue for the future of Sudan. Some of the basic questions addressed include: