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Case Study: GOAL Sudan

Published:
26 January 2021
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Africa, All, Europe, Global
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Case Study: GOAL Sudan

This documentary explores GOAL’s incident in 2009 when two aid workers were abducted in Darfur, Sudan. The video provides a reflection of the incident,  the mistakes in GOAL’s security and a detailed account of the incident from Sharon Cummings. Disclaimer – This video contains distressing stories of abduction.

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