Peacebuilding in Sudan: Micro- Macro Issues

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The Role of Women in Peace-Building in South Sudan

The Sudd Institute, Nyathon James Hoth Mai

This brief explores why women's role in peace-building is critical in South Sudan, and argues that the current peace-building phase offers an opportunity for promoting gender equity, advancing the position of women in the society, mainstreaming women's perspectives in all the pillars of peace-building and increasing their participation in leadership.

South Sudan: Prospects for Peace and Development: Vol I

International Development Committee, UK House of Commons

Mounting humanitarian crisis in South Sudan as the country tries to cope with hundreds of thousands of refugees and the loss of oil revenues.

Sudan's Comprehensive Peace Agreement viewed through the eyes of the Women of South Sudan

Fellows programme occasional paper No 3, 2010, by Amel Aldehaib

Fact sheet: Sudan - Women, agriculture and rural development

Sudan Environmental Database, UNEP, February 2007

Women represent 49% of the farmers in the irrigated sector and 57% in the rainfed traditional sector. Women in the rainfed sector are primarily subsistence far ...

Competing Perceptions of Women's Civil Rights in Sudan

Liv Tønnessen, CMI Brief Vol. 6, No. 4, July 2007

Beyond Victimhood: Women's Peacebuilding in Sudan, Congo and Uganda

International Crisis Group Africa Report No 112, June 2006

Guests at the table? The role of women in peace processes

Article by Anne Itto in Accord (2006)

Forced Migration Review 24, November 2005

This issue contains several articles on women's role in the Sudan peace process

Feminist perspectives in the Sudan - an analytical overview

A paper presented by Balghis Badri at the workshop Feminist Perspectives 26th-27th May 2005, Freie Universität Berlin

Towards Achieving the MDGs in Sudan: Centrality of Women's Leadership and Gender Equality

UNIFEM (2005); compiled by Iselin L. Danbolt, Nyaradzai Gumbonzvanda and Kari Karamè

This UNIFEM publication (2005) is compiled by Iselin L. Danbolt, Nyaradzai Gumbonzvanda and Kari Karamè. The publication is an effort to show how ...

Women, Peace & Security

UNIFEM edition (2003) of Conflict Trends

Historically, gender-based exclusion, including women's absence from peace negotiating forums, has resulted in damaging setbacks in reconciliation and ...

Gender Equity and Peacebuilding: From Rhetoric to Reality: Finding the Way

A Paper written by Richard Strickland and Nata Duvvury, International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) (2003)

War and women in the Sudan: Role change and adjustment to new responsibilities

Julia A. Duany and Wal Duany, Northeast African Studies, Vol. 8, No. 2 (New Series) 2001, pp. 35-62 (available from the CMI Library)

Sudanese women argue that they have become a lifeline for family survival. Men, on the other hand, claim that providing for the family is primarily the ...

Are Women Less Entrepreneurial? A Study of Female Micro-Entrepreneurs in Khartoum, Sudan

Universität Bremen, Sudan Economy Research Group discussion paper no. 31, April 1999, by Dr. Sunita Pitamber

Women's rights: The challenge of the transition

Kampala Conference (8-12 February 1999): Steering Committee for Human Rights in the Transition in Sudan, paper by Muna Awad Khogali

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Allahu Akbar: A Friday in Khartoum
I am sipping to my coffee as I am listening to the local imam through the loudspeaker as he addresses his congregation inside the mosque.

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Recent books in the Resource Centre:

Civil uprisings in modern Sudan - the 'Khartoum Springs' of 1964 and 1985 W.J. Berridge (2015)

Conflict in the Nuba Mountains - from genocide by attrition to the contemporary crisis in Sudan edited by Samuel Totten and Amanda F. Grzyb (2015)

Multidimensional change in Sudan (1989-2011) - reshaping livelihoods, conflicts and identities edited by Barbara Casciarri, Munzoul A.M. Assal and François Ireton (2015)

Gum Arabic - a gift from the bush Abul Gasim Seif el Din (2015)

Sudan's killing fields - political violence and fragmentation edited by Laura Nyantung Beny and Sondra Hale (2015)

Water, civilisation and power in Sudan - the political economy of military-Islamist state building Harry Verhoeven (2015)

På livet løs - med Norsk Folkehjelp i Sør-Sudan Halle Jørn Hanssen ; med forord av Thorvald Stoltenberg og Pa'gan Amum (2015)

Sudan and South Sudan - from one to two Bona Malwal (2015)

Past, present, and future - fifty years of anthropology in Sudan Munzoul A. M. Asal, Musa Adam Abdul-Jalil (2015)

Emerging orders in the Sudans editors, Sandra Calkins, Enrico Ille, Richard Rottenburg (2015)

More recent books in the Resource Centre

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