Abdelgaleel Albasha Mohammed Ahmed
Abdelgaleel Albasha Mohammed Ahmed is the Director of The Badya Center for Integrated Development (2004-Now). The Badya Centre is a leading peacebuilding organization based in the Nuba Mountains in South Kordofan, Sudan. He held the position of Director of Community Security and Stability Projects in Almairm (West Kordofan) and the UNDP-DDRC in Aldibeibat (South Kordofan). Abdelgaleel has held positions in the Sudanese Government and various local and regional organisations including South Kordofan’s Sustainable Peace Forum, Coalition of Peace in Africa, Association of Justice and Equality and Native Administration Council for Conflict Resolution and Peaceful Co-Existence. His work reflects discussions on traditional mechanisms that are used in South Kordofan; the history of conflict in the region, post-election violence and pre-requisites for peace; and, the ICC arrest warrant for President Omar Al-Bashir.
Abdelgaleel has published widely, on topics such as:
- The Dialectical Relationship between the Center and Margin in Sudan and its Role in the Escalating Conflict.
- The Role of National Governance in Peace-Building
- The Role of Justice in Peace-Building
- The conflict and its impact on tribal peaceful co-existence in the Nuba Mountains.
- Culture of Peace.