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THE FUTURE OF PROTECTION OF CIVILIANS SITES: Protecting displaced people after South Sudan’s peace deal

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This memo addresses the future of the nearly 200,000 residents of the Protection of Civilians Sites (POCS) in South Sudan in the context of the implementation of the current peace agreement which envisages the closure of the POCS and the return of the residents to their former homes. The authors draw attention to the changing…

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Displaced nation: the dangerous implications of rushed returns in South Sudan

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South Sudan is facing one of the worst displacement crises in the world today. More than half of the population is food insecure and, if not for international humanitarian aid, the country would almost certainly have already faced famine. A new peace agreement is bringing cautious hope to the displaced and is driving discussions of…

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Displaced Youth’s Role in Sustainable Return: Lessons from South Sudan

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More than 2 million Southerners have returned to South Sudan since 2005, following the end of the North–South civil war. Building on research conducted in South Sudan, as well as Egypt and northern Uganda, Ensor examines the process of reintegration of refugees and internally displaced persons returning to South Sudan since the signing of the…

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Hoping for peace, afraid of war: the dilemmas of repatriation and belonging on the borders of Uganda and South Sudan

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This report (2010) is about the reality of repatriation for Southern Sudanese refugees from Uganda in a context of political upheaval, a fluctuating security situation and a demanding economic environment. Download

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Return and Reintegration of Refugees and IDPs in Post Conflict Sudan

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This report (2006) refers to a meeting on Return and Reintegration of Refugees and IDPs in Post Conflict Sudan. With the end of the civil war in 2005 many Sudanese IDPs and refugees moved back to what was then Southern Sudan. The conference aimed at discussing livelihoods, access to services, protection and development for returnees.…

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