Spread enlightenment. It aims to develop democratic modes of behaviour, to encourage freedom of thought and freedom of scientific research, and to reinforce peaceful and civilized debate amongst different groups and sectors of the society. KACE focuses on awareness-raising in the different communities in order to change perceptions about own and others’ identity and human worth. It focuses on the root causes of the civil war and human rights violations. It also undertakes research and campaign on cultural and educational reform.
KACE vision is to see a peaceful democratic and truly multicultural Sudan, where all people are equal in dignity, rights and opportunities.
● Enhance the democratic transformation in the country.
● To contribute to the empowerment of disenfranchised local communities and sectors by providing them with vocational skills and equipment to raise their productivity
● To work with educational and training institutions to develop curricula in human rights, citizenship and conflict analysis and resolution.
● To spread the culture of human rights in Sudan through capacity-building programs, cultural activities and arts.
Types of projects
KACE focuses on encouraging the spread of information through research, as well as work on helping transform Sudan into a democratic State where people are free to express their thoughts and ideas. It is interested in projects that encourage dialogue and provide space for Sudanese people to discuss and debate.
Al-Khatim Adlan Center- Enlightenment Part1
Al-Khatim Adlan Center- Enlightenment Part2
Al-Khatim Adlan Center- Enlightenment Part3
Al Khatim Adlan was born in Umdaka Al Jaleen village in Gezira in Central Sudan in 1948. He studied at Medani Secondary School and University of Khartoum Faculty of Arts where he majored in Philosophy. As a student in University of Khartoum he shone as a serious political activist, thinker, philosopher, and intellectual of the highest caliber.
At a very young age, Al Khatim joined the Sudan Communist Party while he was in secondary school, and rose to be a member of its Central Committee. He was also a fierce advocate of voluntary unity amongst Sudanese based on universal values of equality that recognises Sudan’s religious, cultural, and ethnic diversity.
Al Khatim left Sudan and headed for the UK to escape persecution in 1994 where he was reunited with his family in London. Having tried to initiate radical reforms within the Communist Party without success, Al-Khatim and a number of his colleagues resigned from the party in the same year. In 1996, he founded with others the Sudan New Democratic Forces Movement (HAQ).
- Suliman Baldo
- Asma Mahmoud
- Nabil Adib
- Omayma El Mardi
- Najlaa Sidahmed
- Dismas Unkunda
- Chair: Albaqir Mukhtar
- Deputy Chair: Jiham Abdelrahman
- Financial officer: Ishraga Mohamed Elhassan
- Media Officer: Quasai M. Salim
- Member: Sami Guraish
- Member: Ihlam Gaili
- Member: Majda Salih