By Princeton Lyman
February 11, 2013 - When Sudanese President Omar Bashir and South Sudanese President Salva Kiir signed a series of agreements on September 27 in Addis Ababa, they signaled their governments’ commitment to peace and cooperation between their two countries. However, since that time, implementation of these agreements sadly has been lacking.
Throughout the process of negotiation and implementation, the voices of women, who are often the ones most demonstrably affected by (...)
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