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Sudan has a long record of stifling dissent by targeting activists for specific abuses, such as beatings, arbitrary arrests, unlawful detentions, ill-treatment in detention, interrogation for long hours, and intrusive government surveillance.

The government also restricts freedom of expression, assembly and association by censoring or confiscating newspapers, harassing civil society organizations, and using lethal force to break up protests and demonstrations.

While these patterns of repression are well-documented, scant attention has been paid to the toll of this repression on women activists and human rights defenders.

Yet, as popular protests and civil society activism by women has increased, so too have reports of abuses and repression against them.

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