The Center for Conflict and Humanitarian Studies (CHS) is hosting public lecture entitled "The Pathway to Stability, Peace, and Democratic Transition: The Existing Challenges in the Sudan and South Sudan." The lecture will be held on Tuesday 26 September 2023, at 6:00 PM - Auditorium 02 - Cultural Foundation at the Center for Conflict and Humanitarian Studies (CHS).
This public lecture is part of a series of events hosted by the Center on the conflict in Sudan and the possible pathways to stability, peace, and democratic transition. The Lecture will discuss the Existing Challenges in the Sudan and South Sudan —the latter having declared independence from the former in 2011—within the context of the ongoing conflict in Sudan and its impact on the pathway to peace and democratic transition in both countries.
The lecture will be delivered by Dr. Francis Deng. He is a Roving Ambassador and the Permanent Representative of South Sudan at the United Nations. He has previously served as an ambassador of Sudan to several countries and as a representative of, and special advisor to, the Secretary-General of the United Nations in various capacities. and will be moderated by Dr Khalil Osman, a senior research fellow at the Center for Conflict and Humanitarian Studies (CHS).
Simultaneous interpretation between Arabic and English will be available. The lecture will be livestreamed on the Centre's social media platforms via @onlineCHS.
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