84 organisations de droits de l’homme pressent le conseil de sécurité de l’ONU sur le Soudan

Le 11 novembre 2012, 84 organisations de droits de l’homme pressent le conseil de sécurité de l’ONU de prendre des mesures concrètes pour protéger la population civile et permettre l’accès de l’aide humanitaire dans les monts Nouba/Sud Kordofan, au Nil Bleu et au Darfour.
Aegis Trust, American Jewish World Service, Collectif Urgence Darfour, Enough Project, Humanity United, United to End Genocide, Waging Peace et d’autres organisations de droits de l’homme, ainsi que des personnalités telles que Mia Farrow, Lord Alton de Liverpool, Baroness Caroline Cox et le professeur Eric Reeves sont co-signataires.
Selon le Bureau de la coordination des affaires humanitaires de l’ONU (OCHA), 695 000 Soudanais sont touchés par les blocus d’aide humanitaire à l’intérieur du Sud Kordofan et du Nil Bleu tandis que 211 000 soudanais se sont enfuis au Sud du Soudan et en Éthiopie. Au Darfour, OCHA rapporte que 1,7 millions de personnes enregistrées dans des camps de déplacés et plus récemment, 86 morts de civils et 29 000 nouveaux déplacés.

 

 

November 11, 2012

 

Dear Members of the United Nations Security Council,

 

Thank you for your attention with regard to resolving the outstanding matters between Sudan and South Sudan related to the Comprehensive Peace Agreement of 2005 and for your efforts to address the dangerous and ongoing crises in Sudan.

We write to you in reference to UNSC Resolution 2046 and your expressed intention to take appropriate measures under Article 41 of the UN Charter if any or all parties fail to comply with the Resolution.

We understand some progress has been made as outlined in the African Union Peace and Security Council Communique dated October 24, 2012.  However, the immediate life threatening conditions faced by civilians in the Nuba Mountains/South Kordofan and Blue Nile are ongoing and intensifying due to increased bombing by the Government of Sudan and its persistent refusal for over a year to allow access for critically needed humanitarian aid.  In addition, violence by the government and its proxies against IDPs and residents of Darfur, who are also without adequate humanitarian aid, is escalating.

Urgent and decisive action by the UN Security Council is required to save lives.

We understand you will soon review and vote on the recommendations put forth in the above referenced AUPSC Communique.   We do not believe the Communique is adequate in addressing the crises in the two states and, as expected, it does not include necessary recommendations for Darfur.

Therefore, we urge the UN Security Council to adopt the recommendations outlined in the Enough Project policy brief, “Not Just Mediation: The United Nations Security Council’s Role in Supporting Peace in the Two Sudans” dated November 7, 2012.

Specifically, we request the UN Security Council to immediately take the following steps:

  • Define a strict timeline by which the government of Sudan must      permit unfettered international humanitarian assistance into the two      states.
  • Define specific consequences, per UNSC Resolution 2046, if aid is      not flowing into the two states per the timeline, including taking all      required measures to deliver aid, with or without the government’s      consent.
  • Provide civilian protection and unfettered international humanitarian      aid in Darfur and outline specific consequences for the government if it      impedes these efforts.

Thank you for your consideration of these urgent matters and for your ongoing commitment to maintain international peace and security.

Signed by:

  1. Aegis Trust
  2. African Soul, American Heart
  3. Alliance for the Lost Boys of Sudan
  4. American Jewish World Service
  5. Arry Organization for Human Rights and Development
  6. Beja Organization for Human Rights and Development
  7. Bnai Darfur Organization in Israel
  8. Brooklyn Coalition for Darfur & Marginalized Sudan
  9. Canadians Against Slavery and Torture in Sudan
  10. Christian Solidarity International-USA
  11. ClarkU STAND
  12. Collectif Urgence Darfour
  13. Colorado Coalition for Genocide Awareness and Action
  14. Combat Genocide Association (CGA)
  15. Comité Soudan
  16. Community Empowerment for Progress Organization – CEPO
  17. Community of South Sudanese and America Women/Men
  18. Connecticut Coalition to Save Darfur
  19. Darfur Action Group of South Carolina
  20. Darfur and Beyond
  21. Darfur Friends Association Israel
  22. Darfur Human Rights Organization of the USA
  23. Darfur Interfaith Network
  24. Darfur Leaders Network (DLN), USA
  25. Darfur People’s Association of New York
  26. Darfur Relief and Documentation Centre
  27. Darfur Union, UK & Ireland
  28. Dear Sudan Love Marin
  29. Doctors to the World
  30. Enough Project
  31. Episcopal Diocese of Iowa
  32. Equatorian South Sudanese Association
  33. Eric Reeves, Smith College
  34. Genocide No More – Save Darfur
  35. Genocide Prevention Institute
  36. Genocide Watch
  37. Georgia Coalition to Prevent Genocide
  38. Help Nuba
  39. Hope With South Sudan
  40. Human Rights & Advocacy Network for Democracy (HAND)
  41. Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust (HART)
  42. Humanity Is Us
  43. Humanity United
  44. Idaho Darfur Coalition
  45. Jerusalem Center for Genocide Prevention (JC4GP)
  46. Joining Our Voices
  47. Justice and Peace Commission, Diocese of Wau, South Sudan
  48. Kentuckiana Taskforce Against Genocide
  49. Live Well South Sudan
  50. Living Ubuntu
  51. Lord Alton of Liverpool
  52. Mia Farrow, Actress and Humanitarian
  53. Moro Association of United States, Inc.
  54. My Sister’s Keeper
  55. Never Again Coalition
  56. New York Darfur Vigil Group
  57. Nuba Christian Family Mission, Inc.
  58. Nuba Mountain Peace Coalition
  59. Nuba Mountains International Assoc. USA
  60. Nuba Peace Initiative
  61. Nuba Relief, Rehabilitation and Development Organization
  62. Nuba Vision Coalition, Inc.
  63. Nubia Project
  64. Operation Broken Silence
  65. Panaruu Coalition for Humanitarian Aid Rehabilitation and Development Inc.
  66. Pittsburgh Darfur Emergency Coalition
  67. Rehab Nova International
  68. Shine A Ray of Hope
  69. South Sudan Community in Germany
  70. St. Clare’s Episcopal Church
  71. Stop Genocide Now
  72. Sudan Advocacy Action Forum
  73. Sudan Human Rights Network
  74. Sudan Rowan Inc.
  75. Sudan Unlimited
  76. Sudanese Ministry Committee, Episcopal Diocese of Mississippi
  77. Sudanese Women Action Networks
  78. The Institute on Religion and Democracy
  79. THE INSTITUTE on Religion and Public Policy
  80. Triangles of Truth
  81. Ubuntu Women Institute USA Inc.
  82. United Sudanese and South Sudanese Community Association
  83. United to End Genocide
  84. Use Your Voice to Stop Genocide RI
  85. Waging Peace
  86. Women Rehabilitation Development International Foundation
  87. World Without Genocide
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