South Sudan: Human rights priorities for the government of South Sudan

Since independence from Sudan in 2011, South Sudan has faced the challenge of respecting, protecting and fulfilling the full panoply of human rights that come with the responsibility of being a sovereign state. It has consistently ranked towards the bottom of global human development indexes. The new state inherited a legacy of prolonged civil war and severe underdevelopment that continues to date. The armed conflict that broke out on December 15, 2013, reversed limited gains in infrastructure development and security

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