Protection of civilians sites: Lessons from South Sudan for future operations

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This publication is a first step in enabling the humanitarian and peacekeeping communities to be better prepared for future protection of civilians (POC) sites. It reflects on the experiences of the POC sites in South Sudan, but is designed for humanitarians and peacekeepers working in other crises and at the policy level. It challenges actors to think critically about the complex issues that emerge inside and around protected sites. It provides suggestions and lessons that emerged from South Sudan.

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Caelin Briggs

Caelin Briggs works for the Norwegian Refugee Council and is the Co-Coordinator of the South Sudan Protection Cluster

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