Reporter gunned down three days after presidential license to kill
Reporters without Borders
Reporters Without Borders is appalled by the situation in South Sudan where President Salva Kiir, speaking at a news conference, threatened to have journalists murdered if they "work against their cou...
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One by One, South Sudan Tries to Name Its War Victims
In South Sudan, where a vicious civil war has been raging, no government office or nongovernmental organization has kept a tally of the names of those killed by government forces, rebels, and other ar...
Other Voices: The Connexions Newsletter - January 16, 2016
Working class organizing
Diemer, Ulli (ed.)
Serial Publication (Periodical)
Working to change things for the better, fighting to prevent things from getting worse, remembering the past to illuminate possibilities for the future: as always, that is the focus of Other Voices. I...
Saving past is first step to the future
The archives of southern Sudan are all currently housed in a tent donated by USAid. Many documents have been damaged due to the poor storage facilities. The Rift Valley Institute, a non-profit researc...
South Sudan archivists fear loss of historical texts
Al Jazeera News
South Sudan doesn't have a museum, so thousands of archival documents are sitting in a small building in the capital, Juba, waiting for a national archives to be built. The project will also need the ...
South Sudan: Volunteers Gather Names of South Sudan's Uncounted War Dead
The names of 5,000 victims of violence appear in the "Remembering the Ones We Lost" project, a memorial to people who have died in seven decades of conflict.The project invites witnesses to submit det...
South Sudan: Remembering the Ones We Lost
Remembering The Ones We Lost is a public memorial that aims to name all victims of conflict and armed violence in South Sudan. This unified and public recognition of individual lives being lost throug...
The Land Grabbers
The New Fight over Who Owns the Earth
How Wall Street, Chinese billionaires, oil sheikhs, and agribusiness are buying up huge tracts of land in a hungry, crowded world.
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