Tag Archive: South Sudan

PSRP Researcher Presenting: Rethinking statebuilding, fragility and conflict

Christine Bell is speaking at the Wilton Park conference ‘Rethinking state-building, fragility and conflict’.

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Educating Human Rights in Post-conflict Settings

This blog by Sean Molloy, from the University of Edinburgh, reflects on discussions about Peacebuilding and Education in South Sudan held during the Inclusive Political Settlements Summer School. He further discusses the relationship between human rights and education in post-conflict settings from a critical perspective. I had the pleasure of attending the Inclusive Political Settlements Summer […]

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PSRP Researcher Presenting: Protracted Crises

Christine Bell will speak on ‘Responding to Protracted Crises’ as part of the British Academy conference in London on ‘Protracted Crises’.

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Relief Governance in Fragile Contexts: Applying a Political Settlements Lens

Jan Pospisil, PSRP member, will present a paper on ‘Relief Governance in Fragile Contexts: Applying a Political Settlements Lens’ at the World Conference on Humanitarian Studies in Addis Ababa.

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View on Africa: between conflict and peace in South Sudan

ISS’ View on Africa will discuss developments since the signing of a peace agreement in South Sudan.

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South Sudan – Deadlock Prolonged

Jan Pospisil, Research Fellow with the Political Settlements Research Programme, discusses current attempts to reach settlement in South Sudan The current attempt to renegotiate a South Sudan elite bargain – previously known as the so-called “big tent” – by the regional organisation IGAD, seems doomed to fail. The final negotiation effort towards the internationally agreed […]

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