“So, where does impunity fit into our discussion about hate speech?”
Mary Nyamayi Tut, the chairlady of the displaced women who have sought sanctuary at the UN protection site 3 in Juba, believes that if hatred and hate speech is pervasive among South Sudanese communities, conflict will not stop.
Imagine living in a landlocked country, yet susceptible to succumbing to a calamitous, ocean-longing-inducing disease called East Coast fever. Such is the ironic fate of many an African cow, not least in South Sudan’s Greater Jonglei region.
The Dr. John Garang Memorial University of Science and Technology in Bor has something new to take pride in: A newly-established Peace Centre, thanks to the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS), with support from the Republic of Korea.
In a bid to reduce the number of accidents on the main roads of Torit, more than 100 commercial motorbike riders, locally known as boda boda drivers, have attended a one-day interactive session on road safety.
South Sudan’s leaders are being urged by the United Nations Security Council Working Group on Children and Armed Conflict to expand their current Action Plan to end and prevent all violations and abuses against children in the conflict-affected country.