The 2010 South Sudan
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Bridging the gap between CSOs and Women Parliamentarians
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South Sudan Referendum
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Advocacy and Monitoring.
Report on the role of women in the SS peace process.
Report on the two day meeting on UNSCR 1325.
UNSCR 1325 Awareness project final report .
UNSCR 1325 National Conference Report.
1325 Baseline Study - South Sudan.
Events and Programs
South Sudan Women Experts Conference
For each of the scenarios the necessary changes to lead to the desired future were identified. The results were divided into short and long term and into those that require direct intervention of women CSOs and those that require lobbying and advocacy. Herewith a few highlights on some of the conclusions.
For more details; refer to the full report of the conference.
A conference, organized by EVE Organization for Women Development, to develop National Strategic Priorities for women issues based for the transitional period and beyond took place in Kigali, Rwanda from 23rd to 27th February 2015.
The conference was attended by South Sudan women activists, government officials living in the country and in the diaspora and was graced by the presence of many Rwandan high government ranking officials and academia. Five South Sudanese men joined the women in developing the requisite road-map for engendered peace and development in the country.
This was on the realization that South Sudanese women are able to participate in direct peace negotiation reflecting the impact of women’s advocacy for participation in peace processes borrowing from a few successes where they have had significant influence on the processes.
The workshop relied heavily on the experiences and lessons learned from the Rwanda genocide, how they have been able to come out and forge ahead for social economic development, the experiences of other distinguished participants and aspirations of the South Sudan populace.
The desired future is a united women voice significantly influencing peace, political and socio-economic development in the country. Given the lessons learned from the briefing on the peace process, two scenarios arose. The first one is that the peace process has failed and the situation is characterized by fighting necessitating more negotiations. The second scenario is that the peace process has been completed and a transition government is formed.