Building and Sustaining Peace in Sudan

Author: Kristi Flaherty

Peace Policy Apr 2011Photo: United Nations (Flickr)

International governments and organizations, global religious communities, and citizen and student groups are actively engaged in efforts to prevent a return of North-South war in Sudan. In January, in a largely peaceful referendum process, South Sudan voted to become an independent nation. Now work continues to sustain the peace. 

Posts in the April 2011 issue of Peace Policy:

Peter Quaranto of the Office of the U.S. Special Envoy to Sudan outlines U.S. involvement in efforts to support peace. Read »

John Katunga proposes an agenda for mobilizing the Catholic community as a force for peace, justice, and reconciliation. Read »

Kevin Dugan and Patrick McCormick explain why and how Notre Dame stands with Sudan. Read »

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