“It’s important to be aware of what’s going on in the world and to think about how you can start to make a difference, even when you’re a kid.”
The girl's voice dropped to a hush as she remembered the bright, sunny afternoon when she stepped out of her hut and
Sarah Ajith James arrived in Washington last Sunday night, just five months after her country -- South Sudan -- seced
For December, in which the Russian Federation has the Security Council presidency, the MAP provides recommendations o
The UK's first ambassador to South Sudan, Alistair McPhail, has called for a focus upon tackling the country's violen
The deputy minister for Gender, Child and Social Welfare Dr.
UNAMID organized today in El Fasher, North Darfur, an open day on the progress in the implementation of the United Na
In a society like Sudan in which men occupy the vast majority of leadership positions, one might be surprised to know
A report published in conjunction with a human rights conference to be held in Gambia from 24 October to 7 November p
A workshop on post referendum gender issues commences today.
Just a few days after independence was declared, the South Sudan Women Lawyers Association (SSWLA) issued a rallying
Nura Koleji rubs her toe in the ochre dust, hugs her knees to her stomach, and keeps her eyes firmly downcast –
On 9 July 2011 the world witnessed the birth of a nation — South Sudan, Africa's 54th country.
There were not too many women involved in the main programme of events to mark the independence of South Sudan on Sat
Today, the world welcomes its newest country: the Republic of South Sudan.