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Systemic Conflict Transformation and Inclusive Governance in Southern Sudan

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This report aims at assessing options for systemic conflict transformation in Southern Sudan. It was conducted in 2006/2007 by the Berghof Foundation for Peace Support (BFPS) on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). Download

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The delicate practice of supporting grassroots peacebuilding in southern Sudan

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Beyond a major political agreement, any enduring transformation of Sudan’s conflict will entail difficult and lengthy processes of compromise and reconciliation. Grassroots peacebuilding efforts have been taking place in southern Sudan since church-led efforts to address worsening inter-communal conflict re-emerged in the 1990s. Paul Murphy describes how the Pact-led Sudan Peace Fund sought to support…

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Armed Groups in Sudan: The South Sudan Defence Forces in the Aftermath of the Juba Declaration

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As part of the HSBA’s ongoing review of Sudan’s numerous armed groups, this Issue Brief (2006) examines the role played by the South Sudan Defence Forces in Sudan’s intra-South conflicts, highlighting its origins, leadership, areas of operation, and recent change of fortune. Download

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Searching for a Path to Peace: Reaction to the Death of John Garang and One Year of the CPA

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As the one-year anniversary of the CPA approached, NDI and the SSCCSE undertook this research to better understand the response of ordinary men and women to the events they have witnessed over the past year. This report is based on a series of 32 focus groups conducted in 14 locations across Southern Sudan and the…

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The Impact of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement and the New Government of National Unity on Southern Sudan

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This report (2006) reviews the first six months of the National Unity Government that resulted from the CPA. It concludes the National Unity government has not yet provided the anticipated power sharing mechanisms and reform of legislation.

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Grounding Local Peace Organisations: A Case Study of Southern Sudan

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This article offers a qualitative approach that gives central attention to the dynamics of peace organisations and the way conflict is experienced in the everyday life of local people. It analyses the case of one local women’s peace organisation: the ‘Sudanese Women’s Voice for Peace’. Link to publication  

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