If We Leave We Are Killed: Lessons Learned from South Sudan Protection of Civilian Sites 2013-2016

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This report distils lessons learned from the PoCs experiences of the last few years in South Sudan.

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Michael Arensen

Michael J. Arensen has extensive work and research experience from Sudan and South Sudan. Since 2004 he has managed and coordinated humanitarian and peacebuilding programmes for various INGOs. In the past five years he has carried out field research for various organisations, including the Rift Valley Institute, Oxfam, Norwegian Refugee Council, and International Organisation for Migration. He has published papers and presented on youth and inter-ethnic conflicts in South Sudan, customary authorities, the militarisation of societies, food security, and protection of civilians.

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