Rebecca Tinsley is the founder of Network for Africa, a charity that trains local people to become lay counsellors for the survivors of conflict and genocide. She also founded Waging Peace, an NGO campaigning for human rights in Sudan. Her novel about Sudan, ‘When the Stars Fall to Earth’, is available on Amazon.
In this new Sudan, will the elite protesters stand up for suffering Darfur?
The capital’s protest leaders made a deal with the military. Non-Arabs in Sudan’s periphery fear that their freedom...
Published in: North Africa, West AsiaIn Iraq, Iran and Turkey are the real winners
The US is trying to create a Middle Eastern coalition to undermine Iran. They are sixteen years too late.
Published in: openDemocracyUKFrom Saudi to Cameroon, do UK business links really ‘open channels to raise human rights concerns’?
So the government claims. But the evidence fails to convince. There are better options, including targeted sanctions.
The lingering legacy of Ebola in Sierra Leone
As the deadly disease appears in Congo, Sierra Leone is still counting the cost of its 2014 epidemic.
Being anti-Trump won’t win in 2020. What will?
Anti-Trumpers harbour grief and anger about their defeat – this they couple with an encyclopaedic knowledge of...
All Christians are brothers, and all Muslims are brothers – except when their skin is black
How much empathy do Christians feel for their brothers and sisters in Africa? Why do Muslims lose so little sleep...