Why Have a National Dialogue?

  • Because traditional peace treaties between generals and politicians haven’t worked. The National Dialogue process will help them finally work.
  • Because the vast majority of South Sudan’s citizens live in dire poverty.
  • Because up to 2 million have fled conflict and economic disaster, with 1 million alone living refugee camps in neighboring Uganda.
  • Because 1.3 million of those who haven’t fled face imminent starvation.
  • Because 1 out of every 10 children in South Sudan is an orphan.
  • Because South Sudan can change — into a vibrant, prosperous, diverse, and peaceful country.

10 Goals We Want National Dialogue to achieve

What’s your reason — Why Have a National Dialogue?

 

Never forget: South Sudan, July 9, 2011 — Independence Day

 

4 thoughts on “Why Have a National Dialogue?

  1. Kashir Hassan

    Thanks, all of you god bless all there an name of peace!

  2. Obwor Peter

    Yes I agreee

  3. Andrea julo

    My comment is that don,t make nationaldialogue to missing some local communities like what was done by crises mgt in 2o14. Let it reach to they payams , boma n counties.

  4. Editorial Staff Post author

    Hello Andrea, you’re right that consultations should be held in smaller counties like Boma. We have actually conducted many more consultations that we indicate online — we simply don’t have the resources to report on everything.

    A complete reporting of all consultations will be published on this site by July 2018.

    Thanks for your time.

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