- Author:Douglas Hamilton Johnson
- Publisher:Minority Rights Group; 2nd edition (1988)
- Pages:11 pages
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Minority Rights Home. Minority Voices Newsroom. Human Rights Watch, Sudan in the Name of God: Repression Continues in Northern Sudan, New York, Human Rights Watch, 1994.
Minority Rights Home. There was a re-launching of slave trading in southern and south-central Sudan, especially targeting Nuba children in the south-west. Human Rights Watch, Targeting the Fur, New York, Human Rights Watch, January 2005. Human Rights Watch, Entrenching Impunity: Government Responsibility for International Crimes in Darfur, New York, Human Rights Watch, December 2005.
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Douglas Hamilton Johnson is an American scholar who lives in Britain who specializes in the history of North East Africa, Sudan and the Southern Sudan. He was a resource person in the 2003 Sudan Comprehensive Peace Agreement negotiations over the Three Areas (Abyei, Nuba Mountains and Blue Nile) and later a member of the Abyei Boundary Commission. Since then, he has advised the Government of South Sudan on North-South boundary issues.
Douglas Hamilton Johnson is a fellow of the Rift Valley Institute. His is currently writing a book on the Juba conferences of 1947 and 1954 and is involved in co-authoring an historical dictionary of South Sudan. Skills and Expertise.
Human rights in South Sudan are a contentious issue, owing at least in part to the country's violent history. The Constitution of South Sudan describes the country as "a multi-ethnic, multi-cultural, multi-lingual, multi-religious and multi-racial entity where such diversities peacefully coexist". Part One of the Constitution also states that "South Sudan is founded on justice, equality, respect for human dignity and advancement of human rights and fundamental freedoms".
Douglas Hamilton Johnson
Douglas Hamilton Johnson. This book attempts a more complex analysis, briefly examining the historical, political, economic and social factors which have contributed to periodic outbreaks of violence between the state and its peripheries. Douglas Johnson is one of the best writers on Sudan, combining academic rigour (especially in anthropology and history) with a sense of the current reality on the ground.
The Southern Sudan book. by. Douglas H. Johnson. South Sudan: A New History for a New Nation is the best current political history of the world’s youngest nation by its most prominent living historian. Deborah Scroggins, author of Emma’s War Africa’s newest nation has a long history.
by. Whitaker, Ben, 1934- ed; Minority Rights Group
by. Whitaker, Ben, 1934- ed; Minority Rights Group. Philip Mason - The Asian minorities of east and central Africa - The southern Sudan and Eritrea - The Africans' predicament in Rhodesia - The position of Blacks in Brazilian society - The two Irelands - Religions in the Soviet Union (1960-1971) - The Crimean Tatars and Volga Germans : Soviet treatment of two national minorities. Japan's outcasts : the problem of the Burakumin - Who's to blame?, Richard and Hephzibah Hauser.
Council Special Report 1 Introduction 3 Challenges to Peace and Security in South Sudan 5 Costs and Consequences of the .
Council Special Report 1 Introduction 3 Challenges to Peace and Security in South Sudan 5 Costs and Consequences of the War 15 Recommendations: A Clean Break for South Sudan 18 Conclusion 3. The agreement was signed by Kiir on behalf of the Sudan Peo-ple’s Liberation Movement-in Government, Machar on behalf of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-in Opposition, former Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) Secretary Gen-eral Pagan Amun on behalf of a group of former senior ministers and SPLM leaders who broke with Kiir and were arrested in the.
1 ‘Report of the Commission of Inquiry
1 ‘Report of the Commission of Inquiry. 1 See, for example, Morrison, Godfrey, Eritrea and the Southern Sudan (London, 1976), Minority Rights Group Report, No. 5, pp. 16–17; Wai, Dunstan . The African-Arab Conflict in the Sudan (New York, 1981), passim, and ‘Political Trends in the Sudan and the Future of the South’, in Wai, (e., op. cit. pp. 147–8; and.