International Journal of Sudan Research (IJSR) is published in the United Kingdom in partnership with Sudan Knowledge (SK), ISSN: 2042-6003 (Print); 2042-6011 (Online)

IJSR aims to promote the international exchange of knowledge, ideas and information about the very best research undertaken about Sudan without promoting any kind of political views and/or ideologies among the different stakeholders in and outside Sudan. Therefore, IJSR will have a significant role to play in bridging the knowledge divide between Sudan and the rest of the world and help in the rapid generation and diffusion of knowledge within Sudan. 

IJSR aims to consider new perspectives in the field of science, technology and innovation policy in Sudan, you can learn more details about IJSR Background and Subject coverage.

The journal is abstracted and indexed by: ABI/Inform (ProQuest)Cabell’s Directory of Publishing Opportunities, Crossref, British Library and most top universities across the world such as Oxford, Harvard, Cambridge, etc.

The journal publishes original papers, review papers, conceptual papers, technical reports, case studies, conference reports, management reports, book reviews, notes, commentaries, and news. IJSR particularly encourages papers that significantly bring new knowledge to the area both for academics and practitioners. Special Issues devoted to important topics about Sudan will occasionally be published. IJSR is intended to benefit ordinary people, students, academics, professionals, researchers, policymakers, businesses, etc from both Sudan and the rest of the world with the best available scientific evidence, to enable better understanding of the different opportunities and challenges facing Sudan. Browse all articles published since 2010 to date here.

WASD and Sudan Knowledge are very grateful for all members of our distinguished International Editorial Advisory Board (EAB) members  which include distinguished international academic and professional experts in the different subject areas of the different journals. All our EAB members graciously offering their invaluable comments that have enriched the quality of the papers in all our publications and also for making available to us their valuable time and efforts. If you would like to propose yourself and/or any suitable individual to join the team, please send a cover letter and a cv to Janet Snow (, we are particularly interested to add more members from women, youth and colleagues from inside Sudan. Please click here to learn more about your duties as member of the EAB.