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30 JUNE 2018

Hundreds of Sudanese join protest in London against 29 years of Bashir’s rule

A broad coalition of the Sudanese diaspora in the UK, alongside Waging Peace, Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust (HART), and student-led movement STAND UK demonstrated on Saturday 30 June 2018, to mark 29 years since President Omar al-Bashir assumed office in Sudan.

Mende Nazer spoke at the protest, saying:

“Khartoum burns, kills, enslaves and bombs us. They destroy our culture, bulldoze our schools and bomb our hospitals. But we are still Nuba. I was enslaved for many years. I escaped thanks to people of Britain. Please urge your government not to support the cruel government in Khartoum. We have families we love, just like you. But the British Government is increasing support for the cruel Khartoum. We do not want to be refugees. We want to stay in our beautiful land of the Nuba Mountains.”


Janan, Mende, Baroness Cox and Tom in front of the British Prime Minister's House, 10 Downing to deliver a petition




We have posted a picture of our London meeting at the Royal Over Seas League with Mende and our newest members.

Our recent humanitarian mission was made possible by cooperating with the experienced and dedicated Baroness Caroline Cox and her colleague David Thomas. We are fortunate that they both joined the Mende Nazer foundation at our 2017 Annual Meeting in London.

MISSION SUCCESS! Mende Brings Supplies to the Nuba Mountains

Mende Nazer with children from the Nuba Mountains

Our hearts yearn daily for the welfare of the Nuba people – that is why we bring you the following update with indescribable joy!

Under very perilous circumstances, we delivered much-needed humanitarian supplies to Mende’s village of Karko and surrounding area. The trip also raised awareness of the ongoing conflict and subsequent suffering of the innocent population. There were other intangible benefits such as adding to our experience, reputation, partner networking and confidence.

Fund Raising Dinner

Join Mende Nazer at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic for a supper at a "pop-up restaurant" hosted by classically trained French Chef Allan McPherson (owner on PICNIC roving pop-up restaurant). Reception at 7 pm followed by a 3 course meal at 7:30 pm. Cost is $125 with all proceeds going to the Mende Nazer Foundation. For more details contact

Mende in Halifax, 5. Feb 2015

There will be a special event in Halifax, Canada on Thursday, 5 February 2015. Three local universities have agreed to host Mende during International Development Week. Mende will share her personal story to raise awareness about modern slavery. It will take place at Mount Saint Vincent University in the Multipurpose Room, Rosaria Student Centre. Presentations will begin at 2:30 pm followed by the viewing of the BBC film she inspired, I AM SLAVE, at 4:00 pm. If you require any further details please contact


Generosity at the Swiss Economic Forum 2014

The Swiss Economic Forum promotes entrepreneurial ideas and connects ideas from business, politics and science.

They extended this invitation to leaders in the humanities as well, welcoming Mende as a guest speaker in June 2014 where she shared her life experiences and future ambitions.

The generosity she received was overwhelming. Hundreds of participants at the forum expressed their empathy towards Mende and her foundation. The foundation also received over 30,000 EURO in donations.