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USIP worked with the Darfurian Diaspora to discuss issues related to the conflct situation in Darfur. In January 2010 USIP convened Darfurians from the North-America-based Diaspora, one representative from the European Diaspora, and another from Cairo, for a two-day consultation focused on the role of civil society in any peace process, the role of external actors, and the next steps in moving the peace process forward.

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The 2010 Darfur Diaspora Consultation:

While the 2008 consultation focused on substantive issues related to the causes and drivers of violence in Darfur, the 2010 consultation focused on important aspects of the Darfur peace process.  The consultation was divided into three sections: the role of civil society in the peace process; the role of external actors (including the United States and the Diaspora) in the peace process; and the way forward in the peace process. Particpants in the January 2010 consultation produced a summary report detailing recomendations on each topic.

  • To read the full summary report click here (PDF | 142KB). 

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