The Darfur Australia Network (DAN) is a not-for-profit community organisation aiming to raise awareness about the continuing tragedy in the Darfur region of Sudan, assist in the resettlement of Darfuri refugees and build solidarity between the Australian people and the people of Darfur.
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            Canberra Lobby Trip


 On November 20, Sandra, Luse, Elmardi and Nuha (pictured here with The Hon. Philip Ruddock, MP) travelled to Canberra to lobby members of parliament to take action on the crisis in Darfur.  More pictures from the Canberra Lobby Trip are here .


 Peace Festival

The Peace Festival was held on Saturday, November 2nd at Footscray Park, to celebrate the Darfuri culture and promote peace within the community.  Photos from the event arehere..       


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Sudanese Unite in Plea for Peace 

On Saturday 29 June, the Sudanese community in Melbourne came together and marched from Federation Square to the State Library, Melbourne, to voice their concern and urge the Australian government to take a stand on escalating violence in Sudan.  

Sudan 10 years after

On 30 May, DAN held a panel event 'Sudan, 10 years after' at the Castan Centre for Human Rights Law in partnership with the Sudan Peace Project.

>> Click here to see interviews with speakers Prof. Bellamy and Aisha Mohamed.

Interview : The Colours of Darfur

Former volunteer Marion Cabanes and editor of Far From Africa interviews Aicha Mohamed on leaving Darfur, her life here in Melbourne and how her native homeland inspires her work here as a textiles student. 

>> Click here to read the interview in full. 

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