The Citizen Journalists on the Frontline in Sudan

For months, Ryan Boyette’s name and his presence in the Nuba Mountains remained a closely-held detail, never mentioned in public reporting about the atrocities that have been unfolding in the area since June.

Intelligence Journal Recognizes Satellite Sentinel Project’s Work in the ‘Top 25’

SSP’s unique role in bridging the gap between intelligence and human rights activism is reinforced by our recognition in C4ISR Journal’sBig 25 Awards.” The world of C4ISR—“Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance” —may seem obscure, but these awards recognize some of the most important contributions to international safety you never knew existed.

SitRep 21 October 2011: Reported SAF attack on Sali, Blue Nile and potential impact on Kurmuk

Harvard Humanitarian Initiative prepared this situation report for the Satellite Sentinel Project.

Enough and Citizen Journalist Brief Congress on Evidence of Ethnic Cleansing in Sudan

New satellite imagery and the testimony of a citizen journalist from Sudan got attention on Capitol Hill yesterday in a briefing highlighting firsthand accounts from the Nuba Mountains of the conflict-torn border region of South Kordofan. 

Satellite Sentinel News Roundup 10/14

On Thursday, October 13, SSP released a new report documenting atrocities reportedly committed by the Government of Sudan in South Kordofan, “In Close Proximity: Alleged Abduction, Detention and Extra-Judicial Killings by Abu Tira,” capturing the attention of major media around the world.

Abductions and Murder in Kadugli

A new report by the Satellite Sentinel Project, “In Close Proximity: Alleged Abduction, Detention, and Extrajudicial Killings by Abu Tira,” documents proof that the Government of Sudan’s Central Reserve Police, or CRP, have engaged in war crimes against civilians and internally displaced people who sought refuge in the shadow of the U.N. compound in Kadugli, South Kordofan, Sudan.

Satellite Sentinel Project Documents Evidence of Abductions and Killings by Sudan’s Central Reserve Police Near UN Compound

WASHINGTON – The Satellite Sentinel Project (SSP) has corroborated eyewitness accounts and United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (UNHCHR) reports alleging that the Government of Sudan’s Central Reserve Police (CRP) unit has engaged in the unlawful abduction, detention, and extra-judicial killing of civilians in South Kordofan, Sudan. 

Congress' Critical Role in Sudan

This post by Enough Project co-founder John Prendergast originally appeared on The Hill:

How could U.S. policy toward South Sudan over the last decade be so successful, and its policy toward Sudan be such an abject failure?  The answer to that question partially holds the fate of millions of Sudanese who remain trapped in a state at war with its own people on four fronts and ruthlessly repressing all forms of unarmed opposition.

Satellite Sentinel News Roundup 10/7

On Monday, October 3, IRIN Humanitarian News and Analysis mentioned SSP in their post, Sudan-South Sudan: What the analysts are saying post-secession.” (source)

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