Tag: Sudan

Global crises and global revolts

Shireen Akram-Boshar on multiple global crises and revolts, signalling rising popular rage against the neoliberal capitalist order

‘The Generals’ fight for power is not our fight’ – interview

Interview with a Sudanese activist about about the escalating armed conflict between rival factions of the ruling junta and its impact on the revolutionary dynamic in Sudan.

Solidarity with the popular movement in Sudan

rs21 stands in unconditional solidarity with the popular movement in Sudan. The revolutionary process continues to be endangered by open conflict between factions within the military junta, now in its fourth week. We...
Protestors demonstrate in solidarity with the uprisings in Sudan against the military coup, October 2021

Stand with the people of Sudan!

'We ask the working class worldwide to stand in solidarity with the people of Sudan.'

Video: Insurgency around the world

At a recent rs21 meeting, speakers gave eye-witness accounts of insurgent movements in Bolivia, Hong Kong and Algeria, as well as highlighting the importance of international solidarity.

Sudan, Yemen and the British arms trade

Permanent crisis in the Middle East and North Africa is presented as inevitable, intractable, and rooted in ‘backward’ cultures. The British state and other powers sustain oppression and bloodshed in the region, exporting arms to Saudi Arabia and other powers such as Israel and Turkey. British arms are at the forefront of the Saudi state’s war in Yemen and the repression of Sudanese revolutionaries by the Saudi-backed Transitional Military Council.

The Making of a Revolution: Art from Sudan

Allan Struthers reflects on a recent exhibition co-hosted by rs21 and the Sudan Doctors' Union.

AUDIO: Sudan, Yemen and the British arms trade

Listen to the talks from our recent meeting on how British arms exports to Saudi Arabia are fueling repression in Sudan and a bloody massacre in Yemen

Uprising in Sudan

The uprising has withstood brutal repression. The UK and EU are complicit - funding Sudanese armed groups to stop refugees reaching Europe. Now leaders have agreed a power-sharing transition deal with the military, but a national day of civil disobedience has been called for 14 July. Join this discussion, led by a Sudanese activist. What does the power-sharing deal mean? What are the latest developments? How can we help?