We Have Lived Too Long To Be Deceived: South Sudanese Discuss the Lessons of Historic Peace Agreements
- Department for International Development
- South Sudan
- Document Type:
- Country Report
- Governance and Conflict
- Johnson, D., Akec, J., Akol L., Albino, O., Ashworth, J. Deng, D., Duany, J., Lokuji, A., Lo-liyong, C., Malish, D.B., McCallum, J., Pendle, N., Ryle, J., and Taban, P.
This report is based on papers presented over 3 evenings of lectures at Juba University and transcripts of the discussions
This publication is based on papers presented over three evenings of lectures at Juba University and transcripts of the discussions that ensued. The lectures attracted an audience of several hundred students and members of the public. The speakers included Oliver Albino, one of the last surviving negotiators of the Addis Ababa Agreement, Dr Lam Akol, Chairman of the SPLM-DC (Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-Democratic Change) and Emeritus Bishop Paride Taban.
Akec, J.; Akol L.; Ashworth, J.; Albino, O.; Taban, P.; Deng, D.; Duany, J.; Johnson, D.; Lokuji, A.; Lo-liyong, C.; Malish, D.B.; McCallum, J.; Pendle, N.; Ryle, J. We Have Lived Too Long To Be Deceived: South Sudanese Discuss the Lessons of Historic Peace Agreements. Rift Valley Institute, London, UK (2015) [Juba University Lectures 2014]