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UN Mission in Sudan (UNMIS)

The UN Security Council established the UN Mission in Sudan (UNMIS) with its unanimous adoption of Security Council Resolution 1590 on 24 March 2005. UNMIS was initially established for a period of six months. According to its mandate, UNMIS is tasked with supporting the implementation of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement. UNMIS is also tasked with facilitating the voluntary return of refugees and displaced persons; providing demining assistance; and contributing towards international efforts to protect and promote human rights in Sudan.  Website:
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Guidance Note on United Nations Activities in Support of Human Rights and the Protection of Civilians in Sudan

1 January 2008 | Publisher: UN Mission in Sudan (UNMIS) | Document type: Country/Situation Specific Position Papers

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