Sudans Working Group
Through high-level working groups, the Africa Program provides a platform for in-depth, candid discussions and offers real-time options and actionable ideas for addressing pressing issues confronting Africa and U.S.-Africa relations.
The Sudans Working Group engages U.S., African, and international policymakers and stakeholders in inclusive and forward-leaning dialogue aimed at advancing the prospects for peace, security, and development between and within the Sudans. Convening regularly, the group is led by co-chairs Ambassador Alan Goulty and Dr. Nureldin Satti.
SUDANS WORKING GROUP EVENTS
Sudans Working Group: Facing a Watershed Year in the Sudans—Khartoum Grapples with Unrest; Juba Braces for Transitional Government
The Wilson Center Africa Program’s Sudans Working Group met on Friday, March 15, 2019, for a private roundtable discussion led by co-chairs Ambassador Nureldin Satti and Ambassador Alan Goulty. Mr. Mike Morrow, a Senior Diplomatic Fellow at the Wilson Center, offered welcome remarks.
Sudans Working Group: A Private Discussion with Ambassador Chris Trott, UK Special Representative for Sudan and South Sudan
Sudans Working Group Meeting: A Private Discussion with Honorable Roger Nkodo Dang, President of the Pan-African Parliament
Sudans Working Group: A Private Discussion with His Excellency Professor Ibrahim Ahmed Omer, Speaker of Parliament of the Republic of the Sudan
On February 28, 2017, the Wilson Center Africa Program convened a meeting of the Sudans Working Group that focused on new developments in U.S.-Sudan relations, as well as developments in the country’s peace process and issues of inclusivity, counterterrorism, and stability. The meeting featured a private discussion with His Excellency Professor Ibrahim Ahmed Omer, Speaker of Parliament of the Republic of the Sudan.
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