ist ein gemeinnütziger Verein, gegründet 1991.
Seine Mitglieder setzen sich aus Deutschen und in Deutschland im Exil lebenden SudanesInnen und SüdsudanesInnen aus allen Landesteilen, unterschiedlichster Kulturen, politischer und religiöser Zugehörigkeit, zusammen.
Sudan and Southsudan Forum e.V.
Is a non-profit organization, founded in 1991. Its members are Germans and Sudanese/South Sudanese living in Germany, with different cultural, political and religious affiliation.
Sudan-Partner country of Lower Saxony (Niedersachsen) - who knows about it?
27.-29. May, 1988
Sudan-Partner country of Lower Saxony - A topic for Adult education?
Civil War in Sudan, Partner Country of Lower Saxony
23.-25. March, 1990
Ethnic Diversity and the Unity of State in Sudan, Partner country of Lower Saxony - Perspectives of an ongoing conflict
19.-21. April, 1991
Resignation in the Permanent Crisis?
28. Februar - 1. March, 1992
Unity at all costs-Seperation for which price? …and who pays?
16.-18. April, 1993
Chances and possibilities of an international Sudan campaign
6.-8. Mai, 1994
Resist Violence-Steps on the way to Peace in Sudan
28.-30. Apri,l 1995
Human Rights-Women Rights: Women Initiatives for Peace in Sudan
26.-28. April, 1996
Islamism – a new danger for the Horn of Africa?
18.-20. April 1997
Building Civil Society Structures in War situations - Chances and Limits
22-24. May, 1998
Socio-political and economic changes in Sudan-Reality and Visions
30. April -2. May, 1999
Chance for Peace?
5.-7. May, 2000
Oil into the fire? Conflict escalation and oil exploitation in Sudan
4.-6. May, 2001
Ways to secure the cultural identity of Southern Sudan- The Right of Self- Determination and its implications. Only Sudan, Conference boycotted by SPLM! NCP attended
12.-14. April, 2002
Development amidst War-Peace through Development? Chances and Limits
2.-4. May, 2003
Sudan on the way to Peace! Chances and Dangers
30. April -2. May, 2004
Help! Peace ahead…approaches to implementing a peace agreement in Sudan
8.-10. April, 2005
Peace-building and particular interests: compatible aims or contradicting agendas?
12.-14. May, 2006
No matter how long the night, the day is sure to come. The struggle for Peace in the context of ongoing competition for control over resources and power in Sudan
If you do not cultivate your field, you will die of hunger. Visions of transition: How to get from war to sustainable peace in Sudan?
23.-25. May, 2008
The moon moves slowly, but it crosses the town.
Visions of Transition 2: Can a fragmentation of Sudan be avoided?
12.-14. June, 2009
If you see injustice and evil and do not talk about it, you will become their victim.
Visions of Transition 3: Transformation from War to Peace or Protection of Prejudices and Privileges?
25.-27. June, 2010
If you are not part of the solution, you are part of the problem.
Transformation processesfor the better or the worse? After the elections, on the way to Referenda and Popular consultations- People’s Fears and Hopes
27.-29. May, 2011
It is a fool who rejoices, if the neighbour is in trouble. (African Proverb)
Sudan in Transition 5: From Enemies to Good Neighbours? After the Referendum for South Sudan: Two new countries, new hopes and fears How best to contribute to peaceful Nation building
31.Oktober - 2.November, 2012
The opposite of well done is well intended .
Mission accomplishedmission impossible. Or the wrong mission alltogether?
14.-16. June, 2013
be the change you want to see.
Democratisation processeson track or derailed?
3.- 5. June, 2014
Crying eyes still see the road ahead clearly.
Genuine National Dialogue - The only way to lasting peace for the people of Sudan and South Sudan?
10.-12. June, 2015
Sometimes things are falling apart, so that better things can fall together.
Ongoing Conflicts and New Trauma - Learning from dismal failure, searching for new ways