South Sudan and the road to peace, reconciliation and development

10 Ago 2016  13h00 - 15h30

South Sudan is the world’s youngest nation and the home of 63 ethnic groups. Its land is imbued with enormous deposits of petroleum and other natural resources and, despite this, is one of the poorest countries in the world. South Sudan has a history of conflict and violence. Often tribalism adds to this scenario. Millions of war-weary South Sudanese pay the high price and consequences of an ongoing and deep political, economic and military crisis. How can this young African nation achieve lasting peace, stability and development? What role can the different actors play in this process? You are invited to attend a presentation on South Sudan and interact with the speakers.

Daniele Moschetti, Comboni Missionaries
Raimundo Rocha dos Santos, Comboni Missionaries
10 Ago 2016  13h00 - 15h30
Université McGill – Pavillon Bronfman (Local O45)
1001, rue Sherbrooke Ouest
Montréal, QC, Canadá
Audiencias objectivo
Jóvenes (18-35 años), Adultos mayores
Actividad extendida en internet
Último modificado
1 June 2016
South Sudan and the road to peace, reconciliation and development
Organización responsable de la actividad
Comboni Network
Administradores de grupo
Mariano Tibaldo
Organizaciones que co-conducen actividades
Comboni Network
Tema de la programación
Cultura de paz y lucha por la justicia y la desmilitarización
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