Month: September 2012

South Sudan speaks at UN General Assembly

Dr. Riek Machar Teny-Dhurgon, Vice-President of South Sudan, spoke yesterday at the UN General Assembly.  Click here for the video of his speech.  

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South Sudan and Sudan reach oil and tenative boarder peace agreement.

Talks between South Sudan and Sudan about border issues and oil production are reported to have lead to an agreement. This is good for South Sudan. Hopefully it creates economic stability and peace in the region. http://www.voanews.com/

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True Religious Freedom and Expression- (Brent M)

The UN General Assembly is currently under way in New York, and while I often watch it for its drama (countries leaving in protest during speeches and outlandish claims that are often made by world leaders), this year I was

Posted in Editorials

September 2012- Current Religious Situation in South Sudan

How religions merge into conflict in South Sudan: We have learned about the religion since the time we were born, but this has perhaps made us less aware of what it is mean by religion. According to Catholic Encyclopedias, It

Posted in Meet Our Students

September 2012- Current Religious Situation in South Sudan

New Religion in South Sudan: After independence, South Sudan adopted a constitution that provides freedom of religion, speech and expression. This allows people to choose any religion they think is desirable without any government influence. South Sudan should note the

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For South Sudanese, Education is so Important.

Interesting article about the loss decades of education and the importance of education to the local population. South Sudan’s Lost Generations Determined to Catch up on Education  

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