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Lost Boys, Found Church: Dinka Refugees and Religious Change in Sudan’s Second Civil War

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The experience of young male Dinka refugees during Sudan’s second civil war (1983–2005) illustrates the connections between religious change, violence and displacement. Many of the ‘unaccompanied minors’ who fled to camps in Ethiopia and then Kenya moved decisively towards Christianity in the years during which they were displaced. Key variables were the connection between education…

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Exploring the Linkages between Education Sector Governance, Inequity, Conflict, and Peacebuilding in South Sudan

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This study from 2016 explores the relationship between education sector management, inequality, conflict and peacebuilding in South Sudan. It examines the linkages between inequities in education, broader political economy dynamics which contribute to conflict pressures, and how education sector governance could support sustainable peace and development processes.  Download

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UNICEF PBEA Conflict Analysis

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This analysis summarizes findings from conflict analyses undertaken as part of the UNICEF Peacebuilding, Education and Advocacy (PBEA) Programme, funded by the Government of the Netherlands. The purpose of the report is to create actionable recommendations for the education sector in South Sudan to inform and shape peace consolidation and nation building. The analysis points…

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