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Zaghawa Association in the United Kingdom and North Ireland A statement on forced displacement and settlement of new Arab arrivals in Zurk

The Zaghawa Community Association in the United Kingdom has been following with a great concern the recent developments in the Darfur region regarding the Khartoum regime’s policy of forcible displacement of black indigenous people of Darfur and settling new arrivals (consist of Arab militia brought by Sudanese regime from neighboring countries) in their villages under the pretext of peace and development in Darfur. This plan is taking place by a strong support from president Al-Bashir and some Arab countries funding the construction of homes for the new settlers. Continue Reading

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Zaghawa Cultural Day (19 August 2017)

Zaghawa Community Association in the United Kingdom is delighted to invite all its members and members of friendly communities in UK to attend its Open Cultural Day which will be held on Saturday, 19 August 2017 in Birmingham, United Kingdom.
The event consists of a cultural exhibition that reflects Zaghawa culture and heritage, popular traditional poetry in zaghawa language, popular traditional dances such as Nugara (Mai Atti), Gandala, Hajouri and other types of cultural activities. The event’s programmes start at 11am and last until 11pm at the following address:
 
Wadi Hawar Community Hall
33 New Spring Street
Birmingham
G18 7LG
 
By Media and communications Office
Zaghawa Community Association UK
Website: www.zaghawa.org
 
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Zaghawa Cultural Day (19 August 2017)

Zaghawa Community Association in the United Kingdom is delighted to invite all its members and members of friendly communities in UK to attend its Open Cultural Day which will be held on Saturday, 19 August 2017 in Birmingham, United Kingdom.
 
The event consists of a cultural exhibition that reflects Zaghawa culture and heritage, popular traditional poetry in zaghawa language, popular traditional dances such as Nugara (Mai Atti), Gandala, Hajouri and other types of cultural activities.The event’s programmes start at 11am and last until 11pm at the following address:
 
Wadi Hawar Community Hall
33 New Spring Street
Birmingham
G18 7LG

 

 
By Media and communications Office
Zaghawa Community Association UK
 
Visit our website at: www.zaghawa.org
Follow us on Twitter: @ZaghawaCoUK
Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/ZaghawaCoUK
Email us at: info@zaghawa.org