Zeinab Mohammed Salih is a freelance reporter based in Khartoum and a member of the Marie Colvin Network
Sudanese women took to the streets calling for security and safety in private and public spheres, while calling for a prosecution system to deal with gender based violence.
A Sudanese poet is facing prison time for reciting a poem that honours the victims massacred in by Sudan's military during 2019 uprising.
Khartoum-based lawyer Abdelazim al-Hassan filed a case against a blockade imposed on mobile internet services in the wake of a brutal crackdown on protesters in June.
As protests erupted in the east African country over soaring inflation and against Bashir's 30-year rule, female demonstrators have faced a vicious response from security forces.