Archived Web Sites Canada and Sub-Saharan Africa : The crisis in Sudan

Format Archived Web Sites
Contributors Canada
Dept. of Foreign Affairs and International Trade
Dates 2006
Location Canada
Language English
Subjects Civil War
Darfur Conflict
Foreign Relations
Human Rights
International Relief
Canada and Sub-Saharan Africa : The crisis in Sudan
Canada has been working actively to address the root causes of conflicts throughout Sudan, which have led to the humanitarian and human rights crises most notably in the south - for which a peace accord was signed 9 January, 2005 - and in the western region of Darfur. Canada works diplomatically through multilateral and bilateral channels to convey the concerns of the Government of Canada. Regarding the recently resolved southern civil war, Canada worked closely with other members of the international community to urge the Government of Sudan and the Sudan Peoples Liberation Movement to negotiate in good faith. Canada is engaged in working to resolve the conflict in Darfur, in the western region of Sudan, in order to stop the violence. Canada is also responding to the human rights and humanitarian situation.
Contributor Names
Canada -- Dept. of Foreign Affairs and International Trade
Subject Headings
-  Sudan -- History -- Darfur Conflict, 2003-
-  Sudan -- History -- Civil War, 1983-2005
-  Human rights -- Sudan -- Darfur
-  International relief -- Sudan -- Darfur
-  Canada -- Foreign relations -- Sudan
-  Sudan -- Foreign relations -- Canada
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