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Events

On the occasion of the Sudan referendum
9 January 2011, 08.00-22.00
Fafo, Borggata 2B Oslo
Southern Sudanese line up to vote in Juba on January 9, 2011, the first of seven days of referendum polling. Jenn Warren for USAID. Africa Breakfast seminar January 10th 2011, 08.30-09.45, at Fafo, Borggata 2B Oslo more  
Making cooperation attractive: Post-referendum relations between Egypt and the Sudan
13 October 2010, 13.27
Workshop with senior scholars and policy analysts from the Sudan, Egypt, the United Kingdom and Norway about the challenges facing Egypt and the Sudan (North and South... more  

Publications

Return to war in South Sudan
SPLA soldiers redeploy South by United Nations Photo with cc license from Flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/35483578@N03/4682384562/in/photolist-88LrNj-e2uRtT-9PDWn6-gbDFqq-bASmHN-bPM1DV-bASmfq-bPM1fk-eifqd1-9bywFL-9bvqhz-9bvqje-92o6RU-eKCKW7-9NV8Hw-bhJVgi-bhJVQi-foRsJd-foCHSi-fmNMf-a3S1rs-a1NXYL-a361xk-9NSiJR-88mUhn-92o6WU-bhJVyH-bhJVrH-6aGovk-ctmgU1-ctmLds Gunnar M. Sørbø 2 April 2014
While the crisis in South Sudan that started in December 2013 was triggered by a power struggle in the ruling party (SPLM), the causes for the rapid breakdown of peace... more  
Complex realities and astute actors: Sudanese women’s activism and UN Security Council Resolution 1325
Unity state's minister for gender and child welfare Lubna Abdelgani addressing returnees at Kilo 8 outside Bentiu town by Sudan Tribune, adapted, with cc license from Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/93456065@N06/8518152723/in/photolist-dYHL38 Liv Tønnessen 28 January 2014
Sudanese women activists do not use United Nations (UN) Security Council Resolution 1325 to claim rights. During my eight years of engagement with women’s activist fro... more  
After the split: post-secession negotiations between South Sudan and Sudan
Abyei Chief Administrator Deng Arop studies documents en route to a security committee meeting with a delegation representing northern Sudan by ENOUGH project with cc license from Flickr Maria Gabrielsen Jumbert , Øystein H. Rolandsen 6 December 2013
South Sudan’s secession from Sudan on July 9th 2011 has changed the relative imbalance of power and international standing of the two parties, bringing South Sudan mor... more  
“We are one, but we are different”: Murle identity and local peacebuilding in Jonglei State, South Sudan
Canoe on Nile by kingjn with cc license from Flickr Diana Felix da Costa 13 June 2013
Despite the Murle group being politically and economically marginalised, local and national political and popular discourses portray this group as the main aggressor i... more  
Friends in need are friends indeed
Man raises flag by ENOUGH Project with cc license from Flickr Diana Felix da Costa , Søren Vester Haldrup , John Karlsrud , Frederik Rosén , Kristoffer Nilaus Tarp 4 June 2013
The Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) initiative provides 199 civil service support officers (CSSOs) to South Sudan, where they are twinned with counte... more  
Triangular co-operation for government capacity development in South Sudan
Man raises flag by ENOUGH Project with cc license from Flickr Diana Felix da Costa , Søren Vester Haldrup , John Karlsrud , Frederik Rosén , Kristoffer Nilaus Tarp 3 May 2013
The Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) Regional Capacity Enhancement initiative provides about 200 civil servant support officers (CSSOs) from neighbour... more  
The UN Mission in South Sudan and its civilian protection strategy: an early assessment
 International Day of Peace Celebrated in South Sudan by UN Photos under CC license on Flickr Jort Hemmer 8 February 2013
Eighteen months on from the formation of the UN Mission to the Republic of South Sudan (UNMISS), this policy brief looks into the mission and its performance to date.... more  
Negotiations between Sudan and South Sudan: a two-track process could facilitate agreements on outstanding issues
Sudanese oil workers by ENOUGH project Øystein Rolandsen , Ingrid Marie Breidlid , Maria Gabrielsen Jumbert 22 August 2012
The recent agreement on oil transport between Sudan and South Sudan is contingent on the parties arriving at solutions to other difficult questions. Meanwhile, both co... more  

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