Waging Peace features regularly in national and international media outlets, speaking out on human rights abuses in Sudan, and issues affecting the asylum-seeking and refugee community in the UK.

We are available for expert comment, and have extensive experience with both print and broadcast interviews, but can also facilitate articles with the Sudanese diaspora, helping them raise their voice to fight atrocities in Sudan.

Our Media Archive

Is Bashir Headed to The Hague?

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Children survivors’ drawings

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For child survivors, drawing is therapy—and a tool of justice

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Sudanese asylum seeker flown back to UK after Khartoum gunfight delay

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Sudan’s tipping points

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Sudan’s Christians: From despair to hope in 12 months

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Omar Al-Bashir trial: Ex-Sudan president guilty of money laundering

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Waging Peace

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Duncan Lewis Solicitors provided pro bono advice to Sudanese asylum seekers at the Waging Peace Legal Surgery

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In this new Sudan, will the elite protesters stand up for suffering Darfur?

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Sudan Unrest Led EU To Suspend Funds For Migration Control, But Khartoum Process Should End For Good

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These Hallowed Halls: Sudanese protest art inside the British Parliament

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Appearance of #SudanRevolutionArt exhibition on London Live TV’

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Global Review on channel Russia-24 (@26min 53 sec)

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BBC investigation suggests Sudan massacre planned

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Radio 5 Live (@1hour 47 min)

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“There will be another atrocity if we take our eyes away”.

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Sudan is heading for atrocity once again. The UK government must not sit by

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Is the future of Sudan’s Christians in peril?

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Sudan’s president Omar al-Bashir ousted and arrested

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Too soon for Sudan’s Christians and minorities to celebrate

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21 dead in four days of Khartoum sit-in, police ordered to protect public

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Britain’s flawed dialogue with Sudan regime

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The Guardian view on Sudan’s protests: demanding and deserving better

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UK policy on migration ‘disconnected and incoherent’, MPs warn

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Asylum seekers’ right to work

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Sudan: Khartoum regime fires bullets and tear gas into hospital during protests

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After 30 Years of Brutal Rule, Sudan’s Regime is Crumbling Under the Weight of a New Movement

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Maddy Crowther on Islam Channel TV

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Useful Idiots? As the UK sings Sudan’s praises, the US designates it a country of ‘particular concern’

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