Sudanese Diaspora: Their Role in Sudan and South Sudan
Join us at our 1-day conference to discuss the Sudanese reflection on the present situation and future prospects. If you are unable to travel to Oxford please join us online through ZOOM webinars – register here for your personal ZOOM link:

Dr Ahmed Al-Shahi (Co-Founder and Chair of Trustees, The Sudanese Programme) and Dr Richard Barltrop (Trustee, The Sudanese Programme; Consultant and researcher, specialised in political, economic, conflict and peace analysis on the Sudans and countries in the Middle East, North Africa and the Sahel)

Please note the Investcorp Lecture Theatre is on the lower ground floor of the Investcorp Building – the building is best entered through St Antony’s College main entrance at 62 Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6JF. A lift is available to the lower ground floor if needed. Parking is limited, please email Dr Ahmed Al-Shahi at to enquire about parking options.
Date: 10 February 2024, 10:00 (Saturday, 4th week, Hilary 2024)
Venue: St Antony's College, 62 Woodstock Road OX2 6JF
Venue Details: Investcorp Lecture Theatre
Speakers: Professor Munzoul Abdalla Assal (Bergen University), Dr Eva Khair (University of Cambridge), Dr Salma Abdalla (Raad Peace Research Institute, Amman, Jordan), Iman Federico Awi (University of Leeds), Cllr Muna Adam (Labour Councillor for Royal Borough of Chelsea and Kensington, London; & Founder & Director of Shaman PR), Mr Elhag Paul (Activist, Journalist and Trustee, The Sudanese Programme), Ms Abiol Lual Deng (Political Scientist and International Relations expert), Mr Hashim Mohammed Ahmed (Civil Engineering Consultant; President of the Sudanese Engineers Trade Union in the UK & Ireland), Nadia Awad (Reporter, Radio Dabanga)
Organising department: Middle East Centre
Organiser: The Sudanese Programme
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Part of: Middle East Centre Seminar Series
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Cost: Free
Audience: Public
Editor: Caroline Davis