Solidarity Center (SC)
Promoting the Role of Unions During the Democratic Transition
To bolster an inclusive democratic transition in Sudan, the Center will bring together unions and workers organizations to strengthen their capacity to advocate for legislative reforms that respect freedom of association and fundamental workers rights, and by so doing will support workers to raise their collective voice, represent the needs of diverse workers, including those from marginalized backgrounds, and play a prominent role in holding their government accountable during this critical period of democratic transition.
Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE)
Supporting Transitional Priorities By Combatting Gender-Based Violence And Harassment In The Workplace
To advance women’s empowerment by adopting international norms and practices that combat gender-based violence and harassment (GBVH) in support of Sudan’s democratic transition priorities and to share lessons learned with a global network of partners combatting gender-based violence. The Center will support the private sector in organizing and leading an effort to educate and empower Sudanese businesses to prevent GBVH in the workplace. The Center will form a multi-stakeholder advisory group, support policy dialogue, provide training and resources to businesses, build local coalitions, strengthen connections between business and the women’s rights movement, and share lessons and resources among its global partner network and civil society groups.
National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (NDI)
Strengthening the Internal Coordination Practices of the Transitional Government
To improve coordination and information management within and among government offices at the national level, and between subnational officials and the national government. The Institute will provide technical assistance to select ministries in updating their internal communication infrastructure and coordination mechanisms. Through updated practices, officials and staff will enhance operations and implement their mandated responsibilities effectively.
African Centre for Justice and Peace Studies
Strengthening Civil Society participation in Sudan’s transition
To facilitate civil society contributions to legal and institutional reform and to promote accountability for human rights violations. The organization will develop an online legal reform tracker, convene roundtables with civil society to develop shared legal reform priorities, and train Sudanese lawyers on strategic litigation and pursue strategic litigation cases.
Al-Khatim Adlan Centre for Enlightenment and Human Development
Strengthening Democratic Education in Sudan’s Transition
To increase access to democratic education and information and public support for anti-corruption. The organization will train and educate youth and widen discussion of democratic ideals and the importance of gender representation in a democratic Sudan through a series of workshops, public seminars, and radio and television panel discussions. The organization will organize a series of workshops on anti-corruption as part of the World Movement for Democracy Global Assembly.
Conflict Dynamics International
Inclusive Governance Systems for Sustainable Peace in Sudan
To provide technical support to key political actors to develop and build consensus on the options and sequencing of processes for building inclusive governance systems. The organization will conduct workshops with political parties and alliances, civil society, and former armed groups to prepare them with the technical understanding to engage in the country’s constitution-building process and the design of new governance systems.
Sudan Democracy First Group
Combatting Sudanese Military and Security Economic Companies
To investigate the corruption and lack of transparency in military and security-owned companies and to present recommendations for how to increase the oversight, transparency, and accountability of these companies. The organization will conduct an in-depth investigation on military and security-owned companies in Sudan, hold a seminar to disseminate its findings, and develop policy recommendations for the transitional government. The organization will develop a broad-based coalition and work with its local networks to lead a public campaign to increase the accountability of these companies.
Justice Africa Sudan
Facilitating Dialogue among Marginalized Groups and Supporting Human Rights Defenders
To support activists from Sudan’s conflict areas to advocate for the inclusion of periphery and marginalized peoples’ issues in transitional government discussions. The organization will build their capacity to engage in the transitional period, analyze and develop policy recommendations, and prepare civil society for the upcoming elections. The organization will also continue to document human rights abuses and provide legal aid to human rights defenders and victims of human rights abuses.
Badya Centre for Integrated Development Services
Civic Engagement for Marginalized Voices in the Constitution-Making Process
To prepare marginalized groups to understand and engage in Sudan’s constitution-making process. The organization will train community leaders on the principles of Sudan’s constitution-making process and conduct community dialogue sessions to engage citizens in marginalized areas in the constitutional process. The organization will also conduct a media awareness campaign on the constitution and host a national conference for marginalized youth to develop a vision for the constitution.
Democratic Thought Project
Embodying a New Sudanese Social Contract in the Constitution
To support national dialogues and debates on constitutional issues and the development of a new social contract. The organization will support its hundreds of reading and discussion rings to engage in the constitutional design process through its Democratic Thought Project, and publish a quarterly magazine and daily newspaper on democratic issues and values.
Project Expedite Justice
Sudan Human Rights Hub
To build the capacity of Sudan Human Rights Hub partners to document and report on human rights abuses and pursue accountability. The organization will provide real-time support and strategic guidance to five partner groups on investigations and litigation that involve atrocity crimes and human rights abuses. The organization will support the groups to identify concrete avenues of legal redress and accountability, advocacy, or awareness, including at the international, regional, and national level for atrocity crimes and human rights abuses.
Enhance the Democratic Culture Among Sudanese Youth Leaders
The organization will increase the capacity of politically active youth to advance local and national peace and conflict resolution efforts. It will train youth nationwide in democratic concepts and dialogue facilitation and support them to organize democratic dialogue forums in their respective states to address identified local peace issues of concern. It will organize a joint forum member meeting to share lessons learned and develop a social media dialogue and messaging campaign on implementation of the national peace agreement.
The African Middle Eastern Leadership Project
The Sudan Democracy Action Project
The organization will conduct civic education training programs and support consultations on the constitution to increase activist and citizen engagement in the reform processes. It will conduct virtual trainings for Sudanese activists; create and conduct a constitution-focused civic education training for Sudanese activists; and support activists to engage citizens in the constitution drafting process by developing multi-media education materials, conducting local consultations, holding a public event with transitional leaders, and creating an online petition platform.