A consultative workshop on a newly developed policy framework of the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs, with financial and technical support from UNDP’s Access to Justice and Rule of Law project, is being held this week in Juba.
Case Study South Sudan While the ongoing conflict is the key driver of acute famine risk in South Sudan today, the severity and scale of its impact are influenced by a number of different factors, all of which must be addressed through a comprehensive approach combining humanitarian, development and political/peacebuilding measures to help the country break out of its current ‘conflict trap’ and place it on a path to long-term resilience, recovery and development.
South Sudan Law Reform Commission (SSLRC) held a consultative meeting to discuss the draft Legal Aid Bill 2018
“I’m doing business [in Hai Salaam market] to be able to feed myself and my children, and to be able to support my children to attend school,” says Magdalene Ajok, a vegetable vendor.
The community-driven peace initiative was the largest meeting of members from the two groups in over a year.
One step in the local effort to boost institutional capacity for victim-centered responses.

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