|TOWARDS ELIMINATING SLAVERY
THE GOVERNMENT LEVEL
THE INTERNATIONAL LEVEL
Require police to assist families in locating their relatives, and to issue
warrants for the release of the relatives without pay, once located.
End the practice of arming local militias, Murableen and PDF, which has
resulted in slave raiding and child abductions.
Allow local non-government human rights observers to share their information
with international monitors.
Encourage local reconciliation between the Dinka and Baggara peoples of
south-western Sudan, with assistance to restore traditional peace-keeping
structures and methods.
Ask international agencies with experience in the tracing and family reunification
field to help set up and run such an agency inside Sudan.
Assist researchers and tribal conferences to identify all enslaved individuals
and facilitate their return - free of charge - to the affected families.
All armed forces in the Sudan (including the SPLA, militias and security
forces) should desist ftorn taking children into slavery, forced Islamization
or forced conscription and military training. Top
Work for retrieval, rehabilitation and re-union with their families of
any child kept in captivity.
The UN and independent human rights organisations should provide teams
to monitor all parts of Northern and Southern Sudan in conjunction with
local human rights observers.Top