The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed and escalated structural inequalities, especially among marginalized, minoritized, and racialized groups. Reform is needed in public service, public health actions, and policy development to address the social determinants of structural racism, and vulnerabilities that lead to health inequalities.
COVID-19 vaccinations have become a story of inequality. Gender inequality is a critical issue in global vaccinations as women are less likely to be vaccinated and less likely to feel vaccines are safe. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a global call for sex/gender-disaggregated data to be made available, but most low-income countries including Sudan have not managed to share the statistics.
Sport has the power to change the world. It has the power to inspire. It has the power to unite people in a way that little else does. In South Sudan, it is speaking to youth and the elderly in a language they understand, as the South Sudanese team establishes itself in the regional sports arena.
The Sudanese Revolution invigorated the arts scene, inspiring many to produce various arts and focus on crucial elements that documented several milestones until today.
Music has provided a dynamic introduction to the most prominent artists and musical styles that have emerged in the Sudan revolution. Some of the songs have shaped artistic life, changed, and emphasized the close links between political and cultural activity.