Darfur’s tipping point

Sudan’s conflict-plagued region of Darfur is facing a dangerous moment, long after it has faded from the headlines. Peacekeepers have pulled out, a new peace deal is stirring tension, and the country’s political transition is stoking unease among local leaders and communities on the ground. These are a series of stories based on three weeks of reporting across the region, where The New Humanitarian spoke with displaced people, aid workers, UN officials, and communities in rebel-held territory where conflict still lingers.

This series is part of our peacebuilding coverage, reporting on how atrocities can be prevented, how societies can be made more resilient, and how peace can be sustainably built.