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Sudanese Archive
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Who we are

Sudanese Archive is an independent organization incubated by Gisa and Mnemonic, and supported by a vibrant global community of human rights and media organizations doing this work. This project was only made possible by the effort of dozens of volunteers who worked tirelessly for years.

Our team preserves, analyses, and memorialises documentation of human rights violations, conflict, and acts of resistance in Sudan. We do this by archiving and curating visual documentation in our database and on this website for news media, accountability processes, and transitional justice. We also provide training and support for other archival efforts in Sudan.

By preserving verifiable documentation within our archive and helping others do the same, we hope to support a difficult but important process of truth-telling and accountability for our communities in Sudan.

Priorities

  • Preserve important human rights related documentation.
  • Support a network of decentralized community archives and transitional justice related activities across Sudan with training, knowledge and resources.
  • Prevent atrocities by monitoring open source visual documentation and publishing rigorous investigations.

Research methodology

Collect

Collect

Content identification, acquisition and standardisation

preserve

preserve

Secure long term preservation

process

process

Cataloging and metadata enrichment

verify

verify

Verification

Investigate

Investigate

Accessibility and raising awareness

Methods and tools

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Methods and Tools

Funding

We are seeking individual donations to carry out our work. Please consider supporting us.

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Partners

Our work is done in partnership with a community of global and Sudanese human rights and media organisations and a focus on collaboration and coordination of our efforts.

We are seeking individual donations to carry out our work. Please consider supporting us.

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