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Nairobi, Wednesday January 14, 2015 - The price of failing to bring about lasting peace in South Sudan could be US$158bn over the next two decades, according to a new study. The conflict, which erupted in December 2013, has already killed tens of thousands and placed nearly a third... (more)
Juba, January 15th 2015, United Nations Assistant Secretary General for Human Rights Ivan Simonovic has called AU commission of Inquiry to release its report on human rights violations   committed in South Sudan during the conflict that erupted in mid-December 2013 in Juba and spread to... (more)
Juba, 14th January 2015, the revenge attacks   in Lakes state is increasing the cycle of violence   among the communities, this is perturbing and disconcerting. In strong terms, CEPO condemn all acts of attacking and killings among the communities of Lakes state In strong terms... (more)
Juba, September 9th 2014, the national parliament of South Sudan has ratified the Convention on Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) on September 3rd 2014. This marks an effective good footing for women empowerment in South Sudan. It’s a remarkable start in the struggle to... (more)