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New Guidelines to Support South Sudan’s Police and Prison Personnel to Prevent and Respond to COVID-19

UNDP and UNMISS supported the South Sudan National Police Service (SSNPS) and National Prison Service of South Sudan (NPSSS) to develop COVID-19 guidelines by drawing upon the public health guidance…  



Amplifying the Role of Community Radios in Promoting Peaceful Co-Existence

Community Media Network South Sudan (COMNeTSS) in collaboration with UNESCO and UNDP with support from KOICA organized a Peace Conference on 12 February 2020 attended by 65 participants.  


Protecting the Staff and Users of Justice Services Against Coronavirus Pandemic

UNDP Access to Justice and Rule of Law Project has partnered with the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs, and the Ministry of Interior to protect the Staff and users of justice services…  


National Roundtable on GBV Prevention and Response Highlights Newly Established Court

National stakeholders met to discuss actionable steps towards strengthening prevention and response measures to address gender-based violence (GBV) cases in South Sudan on Monday 27 May  


Milestone Moment for NPSSS as Database Center Launched and Newest Cohort of Inmates and Prison Staff Graduate from the Vocational Training Center in Juba Central Prison

The vocational training programme aims to prevent recidivism by imparting technical skills to inmates that will enable them to pursue productive activities, earn their livelihoods and facilitate…  


Mobile Courts in South Sudan

South Sudan’s legal system has been seriously neglected due to decades of conflict: lack of court infrastructure and justice services in remote areas; increased unaddressed cases and lengthy periods…  


Juba Central Prison VTC: Impact Stories

With the goal to help transform prisons in South Sudan into institutions for reform and reintegration, the Access to Justice and Rule of Law project helped establish a Vocational Training Centre in…  


High level officials from the Netherlands and head of UNDP’s Crisis Bureau tour the newly established special court for gender-based violence and juvenile cases in Juba

President of the Equatoria Circuit, Justice Simon Benjwinga welcomes the high level officials from the Netherlands and UNDP on arrival at the special court in Juba  


High level officials from the Netherlands and head of UNDP’s Crisis Bureau tour the newly established special court for gender-based violence and juvenile cases in Juba

The President of the Equatoria Circuit, Justice Simon Benjwinga recently toured the newly established Special Court for Gender-based Violence and Juvenile Cases in Juba accompanied by the visiting…  

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