Webinar on the plight of Sudanese people caught in conflict

To raise awareness across the world for the plight of the Sudanese people due to a 12-month armed conflict, the World Council of Churches is organizing a webinar to report on the learnings during the recent visit to Sudan.

Girl in a refugee camp

A girl in the Dereig Camp for families internally displaced by Darfur's conflict.


The World Council of Churches led a delegation on a visit to Sudan from 18-22 April. The ecumenical group included included the World Council of Churches (WCC), All Africa Conference of Churches, ACT Alliance, Association of Member Episcopal Conferences in Eastern Africa Global Ministries, Fellowship of Christian Councils and Churches in the Great Lakes and Horn of Africa, General Board Global Ministries of the United Methodist Church, and Norwegian Church Aid. 

The joint ecumenical solidarity visit signified a collective commitment to stand with the churches and people of Sudan in their time of need, offering spiritual, pastoral, and moral support as they strive for peace, healing, and reconciliation.

Speakers will include the leadership of the WCC and other participants of the ecumenical visit to Sudan, who will report on the situation and the needs of Sudanese people today.

When: 17 May 3pm CET

Registration for the webinar