Group Presentation Darfur

Group Presentation Darfur - By Nicola Anderson, Shane...

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By Nicola Anderson, Shane Smith, and Sachin Dumra
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SPITCEROW S: Sources of Conflict P: Parties to Conflict I: Issues in the Conflict T: Tactics Used C: Changes over time E: Enlargement in Conflict R: Roles of Parties O: Outcome(s) W: Winner?
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VIDEO CLIP Darfur Now Trailer
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SOURCES OF CONFLICT Killing of Innocent men, women, and children, Attacks by rebel groups Attacks by Janjaweed militia
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PARTIES TO THE CONFLICT Sudanese Government (Omar al- Bashir) Janjaweed China Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) Sudan Liberation Army (SLA) AU Peacekeepers
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ISSUES IN THE CONFLICT Land Water Displacement Corrupt Government
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TACTICS USED 9 January: The Comprehensive Peace Agreement between the government of Sudan and the Sudan Peoples’ Liberation Army (SPLA) is signed to end the North-South conflict which had plagued Sudan since its independence. (problem-solving) Contending Avoiding
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CHANGES OVER TIME Timeline ranging from 2003-2010.
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2003 February:  The first rebel attacks.
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2004 March: UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Sudan Mukesh Kapila compares the situation in Darfur to the 1994 Rwandan genocide. April: UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, Jan Egeland, says a coordinated, “scorched earth” campaign of “ethnic cleansing” is taking place.
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25 May: The African Union Peace and Security Council calls on the Commission to take all necessary measures to ensure effective implementation of the April 8 ceasefire agreement, including deployment of an African Union Mission in Darfur. 9 June: The first six AU military observers are deployed to the Ceasefire Commission in Darfur and U.S. Congress described Darfur as
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