Sudan: 'Time is not on our side': an agenda for the Darfur peacekeeping mission
The security situation in Darfur continues to deteriorate as armed groups and paramilitary militias proliferate. The region is awash with arms. Fighting is often between groups formerly on the same side. The civilian population pays the price for the failure in peacekeeping. The displaced live constantly under threat of attack, with no adequate protection and decreasing access to humanitarian assistance. This document shows Amnesty International's 16 point agenda for effective protection of civilians in Darfur.
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