Cross border relations beyond the referendum: Coexistence and sustainable peace

Published: 21/Oct/2010
Source: Concordis International

Resolutions of a workshop facilitated by Concordis International in partnership with the University of Juba Centre for Peace and Development Studies with support from the European Commission and the United States Agency for International Development Bentiu, Unity State, Southern Sudan This workshop brought together over 100 government officials, native administrators and traditional authorities and representatives of civil society from the States of Southern Kordofan (Muglad, Talodi and Kalogi),  Northern Bahr al Ghazal (Aweil), Unity State (Rubkhona, Mayom, Abiemnom, Pariang, Bentiu) and the Abyei Area. The purpose of the following recommendations is to maintain peace and development in the border areas and to foster the conditions under which peaceful co-existence, security, trade and development can be enjoyed by the communities living, moving and working on both sides of Sudan’s North-South border. These recommendations will assist in establishing and maintaining peace whatever the outcome of the referendum to take place in southern Sudan.

Read report on Concordis International website or download file: here.
Themes: Succession d'États, Nouveaux Etats
Regions: Soudan du sud, Soudan
Year: 2010