We are a civil society organization that represents legal professionals in Juba

Our mission is to strive for justice in society and respect for human rights and the rule of law in South Sudan

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Briefing Note - Workshop ITJR in South Sudan

This briefing note summarizes the discussions during a workshop organized on 7 November 2014 at the Juba Civic Engagement Center in Juba, South Sudan.2 The workshop provided a platform to present a research project entitled, “Intersections of Truth, Justice and Reconciliation in South Sudan”, to gauge the relevance of the proposed questions and methods, and… Read more »

Search for a new beginning

This report presents the findings of a survey on perceptions of truth, justice, reconciliation and healing in South Sudan. Over a six-month period from October 2014 to April 2015, the South Sudan Law Society (SSLS), in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), interviewed 1,525 individuals in 11 locations across six of the ten states of South Sudan… Read more »

Reducing the Big Chance of Youth participation and Joining Conflict

Long-term unemployment is worse than poverty as it leads to social exclusion and marginalisation, especially in urban areas, where a person’s social status is linked to his/her job or career. The job hunt for millions of people around the world is a daunting task. This is where blockchain technology makes a big difference. Because Blockchain-related work seems to be on the rise in recent years. The same technology can be used to facilitate crypto trading with software such as bitcoin code krypto roboter. Crypto robots facilitate crypto trading and provide higher returns. Idle youth may be threat to themselves and to the social environment they live in as witnessed in the on-going war. Youth employment will drive… Read more »