JUBA – With the world’s newest nation, South Sudan, gearing up for its first-ever free, fair, credible elections next year, upholding the rule of law is critical.
UPPER NILE – With a 24-month extension in its ongoing transitional period, communities and leaders in South Sudan are drafting this young nation’s permanent constitution and gearing up to head to the polls for elections next year.
CENTRAL EQUATORIA – By signing nine concrete resolutions agreed on at a recent peace and reconciliation conference, the two feuding communities of Yorkja and Jonkok-Papaya ended their acrimony to replace it with a culture of
LAKES – As South Sudan’s ongoing peace process reaches a critical juncture with the recent 24-month extension of its ongoing transitional period, the full participation of young people in the country’s democratic transition is crucial.
WESTERN EQUATORIA - “Protecting civilians is our main duty as soldiers,” said Captain Apollo Choul, Commander of the South Sudan People’s Defence Forces (SSPDF) in Mundri west, a county in Western Equatoria state.
EASTERN EQUATORIA – As South Sudan begins to invigorate ongoing peace processes with a 24-month extension of its ongoing transitional period, upholding the rule of law and respect for human rights are more vital than ever.
UNITY - In 2011, South Sudan won its hard-fought independence from its northern neighbour, Sudan, but those hope-filled times were soon a distant memory as the world’s newest nation became embroiled in bloody, brutal civil wars.