This policy piece explores the different ways in which men and women experienced the 2019 Sudanese Revolution, by analysing gender politics in Bashir’s Sudan and women’s role in the Sudanese revolution and beyond. The piece argues that, for women, the revolution is incomplete.
Miriam Aitken is a graduate student at the School of International Affairs of Sciences Po Paris. Miriam is studying towards a Master of Arts in Human Rights and Humanitarian Action with a concentration in Middle Eastern Studies. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations from King’s College London in 2020.