Our mission in Sudan

Promoting Social Justice, Democracy and International Dialogue

The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) established the FES Sudan Office in 1976. Pursuant to the FES’s mandate to promote the values of social democracy, the FES Sudan Office promotes peace, democracy, human rights, and a just socio-economic development in Sudan.

"International Cooperation is far too important to be left to governments alone." Willy Brandt

The FES in Sudan strives to enable societal groups to articulate their interests by strengthening their capacities to participate in social and political discourses. Fostering gender equality is of particular significance in this process. We support activities of Sudanese partners of all regional, cultural and social origins, and cooperate with governmental institutions, universities, trade unions, media institutions and civil society organizations.

Video: What is Social Democracy?

Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Sudan 

18th St. off Baladia St.
P.O. Box 3668
Khartoum 11111

+249 (0) 1 83-780557
+249 (0) 1 83-777017

office(at)fessudan.org


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