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 to solicit cooperation and sharing of knowledge. It furthermore provided an opportunity to discuss the concepts of truth, reconciliation and justice, and their meaning in the current context in South Sudan. Twenty-four representatives of civil society organisations participated in the discussions.