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About Maha Elsanosi

Maha Elsanosi is a blogger and freelance writer based in Khartoum, Sudan. She is a correspondent for Global Voices and an editor and columnist for 500 Words Magazine.

Articles by Maha Elsanosi

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Jalila Khamis: a beacon of inspiration

Seeing the woman who inspired me and thousands of people, be they human rights activists or law abiding citizens, was a majestic moment for me.

Sudan: why the deafening silence?

The National Congress Party (NCP) came to power in 1989, and since then it has brainwashed and desensitized the masses to the point of no return.

A non-violent 24-year old gets Sudanese intelligence mobilising

They pressured his father into revealing his whereabouts, warning that otherwise they would also arrest his younger brother M.

Strong Sudanese women

During the June protests, the women of Sudan led many of the demonstrations and a call for a nation-wide “Kandaka Friday” was made on July 13. The term was used by the Kushites to refer to their queens.

Sudan: the revolution isn’t dead; it’s on hibernation

It was as though, twenty-four years later, the Sudanese people awoke from an apathetic coma. It was refreshing. Everyone joined forces.

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