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28 December 2018 | Comments (0)
On International Migrants Day, the International Organization for Migration and the UN Association in South Sudan held a discussion forum on the theme of migration with dignity. Read more
13 December 2018 | Comments (0)
Since 2013, South Sudan has been plagued by armed conflicts marked by widespread sexual violence, forced displacements and food insecurity. The Norwegian Refugee Council calls for full implementation of the revitalized peace agreement. Read more
05 August 2018 | Comments (2)
"Mr. Peter’s approach represents what South Sudan most needs—a culture of challenging authorities/others using ideas, not violence...These rights are so fundamental to our existence as individuals and without them, we are simply slaves of a system we created." Read more
02 August 2018 | Comments (0)
"By releasing Peter he will also restore confidence in the present peace talks and agreements being undertaken in Khartoum". Read more
01 July 2018 | Comments (2)
"We appeal to all South Sudanese citizens to own the Permanent Ceasefire and engage fully by closely following all stages of peace negotiation at any venue." Read more
09 May 2018 | Comments (0)
"The United States Government will not continue in a partnership with leaders who are only interested in perpetuating an endless war characterized by ethnically-motivated atrocities". Read more
19 March 2018 | Comments (0)
Majority of farmers in Imatong and Kapoita States of South Sudan have to depend on hand outs from international organizations such as UN Food and Agricultural Organization for hand tools for cultivation of their crops because the technical capacity and knowhow of the local blacksmiths are limited. Read more
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12 March 2018 | Comments (0)
Human rights defenders call on the Government of South Sudan to unconditionally and urgently Release James Gatdet Dak. Read more
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05 February 2018 | Comments (0)
"Global banks, as well as regional banking centers like Kenya, need to continue to clamp down on the transactions and accounts of those engaged in corruption in South Sudan." Read more
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