News and Reports

May 14, 2017

Gumeiza Conflict Security Statement

DINKA BOR DEFENSE FORCES’ INCURSION IN MUNDARILAND FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  MAY 8, 2017   It is with grave concern that the Mundari Global Community takes this opportunity to alert and inform the South Sudanese public, the Government of South Sudan, the International Community in general, and the JMEC, UNMISS, IGAD, UNSC, EU, TROIKA States, Canada,

April 30, 2017

South Sudan Opposition: there can be no credible dialogue without inclusion.

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE    Date: 30th April 2017 South Sudan: amid death, destruction and despair, there can be no credible dialogue without inclusion. Late last year, President Salva Kiir Mayardit attempted to hold a national dialogue to try to quell tensions in South Sudan, where on-going civil war has killed hundreds of thousands of people

April 13, 2017

UK declares South Sudan killings as ‘genocide’

UK goes beyond UN to say South Sudan violence ‘is now genocide’   Entebbe, Uganda Thursday 13 April 2017 Rodney Muhumuza The violence in South Sudan is now genocide that is being perpetrated along tribal lines, International Development Secretary Priti Patel has said. She said there are “massacres taking place, people’s throats being slit”, and urged

March 28, 2017

Amnesty International: Open Letter To President Salva Kiir On Prolonged Detentions, Enforced Disappearances

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL 28 March 2017 Since the start of South Sudan’s ongoing conflict in December 2013, the National Security Service (NSS) and the Military Intelligence Directorate have carried out hundreds of arbitrary arrests, prolonged detentions and enforced disappearances of individuals perceived as government opponents. Detainees are held without charge or being presented in court, they

March 10, 2017

UK Equatorian Community On the Status of Women in War-Torn South Sudan

Take A Bold Stand for Change: Equatorian Community Organisation UK (ECO-UK), Women’s Secretariat  United Kingdom: 10th March 2017 Distinguished Guest, Ladies and Gentlemen It gives me great pleasure to be here in Reading, to celebrate the global emancipation of women while drawing attention to areas of women’s lives that still need to be addressed, not just

March 10, 2017

On President Kiir’s Day of Prayer, Church Leaders Demand Justice and Peace

Juba March 10 2017 Archbishop, Paolino Lukudu Loro, Archbishop of of Greater Equatoria attended the national day of prayers that was called by President Salva Kiir. The day according to the president will bring together all South Sudanese to ask God for forgiveness and open a new chapter. The Archbishop addressed the president by calling for: