The report "Good Girl's Don't Protest" discusses the abuse Sudanese women face at the hands of Government security forces. It explores the wider context of gender inequality that exists within the Sudanese society and how the abuses are, to an extent, a reflection of that. It details the lack of protection and assistance available to protestors including lack of legal redress. The report notes a new Sudanese constitution and calls for full protections for human rights and women’s rights, as well as recommendations including: lifting expression and association restrictions, support and services for human rights defenders and an increase in engagement for United Nations and African Union rapporteurs on human rights defenders.
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