We engage in advocacy to help create better informed public, legal profession, Parliament, and government on Sudan, ensuring that the needs and wishes of Sudanese are heard at the very highest levels of our society. This improves policy and practice, increases public empathy, but also allows our clients to use their voices to heal.

Examples of this can be found in our media. Often this is precisely the type of meaning our clients want to create in their lives.

We convene a UK working group of dozens of the most major international non-governmental organisations and humanitarian agencies working on or in Sudan, allowing decision-makers like the UK’s Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office to ensure policy and practice is responsive to needs on the ground.

Where necessary we also partner with umbrella bodies to campaign on issues like immigration detention reform alongside Detention Forum, giving asylum-seekers the right to work alongside Lift the Ban, or with partners interested in preventing atrocities alongside the UK Civil Society Atrocity Prevention Working Group.