Publications

The Sudd Institute

South Sudan: A Framework for International Cooperation

Authors: Francis Mading Deng

Type: Dialogue briefs

Date: 14/07/2017

 

It is now widely recognized that there is an increasing call for regional and international action to end the current crisis in South Sudan. This is a crisis that has inflicted and continues to inflict on the people untold suffering, death, and destruction.


The Sudd Institute

Abyei Dialogue: Bottom Up and Top Down

Authors: Francis Mading Deng

Type: Dialogue briefs

Date: 14/07/2017

 

This report on the case of the Ngok Dinka of Abyei provides a model for the National Dialogue that substantiates the Bottom-Up-Top-Down approach, which the President has stipulated in his various statements, and in his Concept Note.


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The National Dialogue Strategy

Authors: Francis Mading Deng

Organization: The Sudd Institute

Type: Dialogue briefs

Date: 05/07/2017

 

This concept paper outlines some of the principal elements involved in promoting peace, unity, reconciliation and a shared sense of national identity, the overriding goals of the National Dialogue. The National Dialogue is an opportunity to address the complex web of conflicts afflicting South Sudan through a top-down-bottom-up process that links the...


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National Dialogue: A Policy Framework

Authors: Francis Mading Deng

Date: 05/07/2017

 

This policy paper frames the National Dialogue around a number of critical issues that provide a clear conceptual framework that is both comprehensive and simple enough to be easily understood by the public. The themes of the paper are outlined in a series of introductory questions.


 

When the Sudd Institute was established in 2012, the people of South Sudan had just received the declaration of their new state with a mix of reactions. Independence was the culmination of the political evolution that had been long in the making and anticipated as the possible panacea for half...


The Sudd Institute

The State of the South Sudanese National Unity

Authors: Abraham Awolich, Nhial Tiitmamer, Augustino Ting Mayai

Type: Policy Briefs

Date: 18/05/2017

 

This paper discusses the state of South Sudan’s national unity. Our insights are based on interviews conducted with members of parliament, representatives of women and youth, civil society organizations, intellectuals, and representatives of political parties residing in Juba, South Sudan.


 

The South Sudanese parties to the conflict signed the Agreement on the Resolution of Conflict in South Sudan (ARCISS) in August 2015 and essentially agreed to establish a federal system of government. This raises three critical questions.


The Sudd Institute

South Sudan National Dialoque: What it should be and why it should be supported

Authors: The Sudd Institute

Type: Dialogue briefs

Date: 03/04/2017

 

President Salva Kiir Mayardit announced in December 2016 a national dialogue program that supposedly enables the citizens to collectively debate the future of their distraught country. The debate includes how to resolve the conflict, respond to a growing humanitarian crisis, and address the enduring ills of governance in the country.


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Land Tenure in South Sudan: Does it Promote Climate Change Resilience?

Authors: Nyathon James Hoth Mai, Nhial Tiitmamer, Augustino Ting Mayai

Organization: The Sudd Institute

Type: Policy Briefs

Date: 01/03/2017

 

Land tenure systems have implications for food security, access to water, natural resources, pastures and settlement during droughts and flood disasters. Although the South Sudanese Land Act 2009 recognizes both formal and customary land tenure systems, little is known in practice about the extent to which these systems promote climate...


The Sudd Institute

The Recent Change of Guards at the Ministry of Finance and Bank of South Sudan

Authors: Augustino Ting Mayai

Type: Weekly Reviews

Date: 17/01/2017

 

South Sudan is economically and politically distressed. Weak institutions, mismanagement, and corruption have for years plagued the nascent Republic’s economy, bearing markedly on political processes and outcomes. Hilde Johnson (2016) and Christopher Clapham (2012) suggest such is often expected of liberators who have just become a government in a country...


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