Juba, November 29th 2023, Amidst the ongoing 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence, our focus shifts to the unsung champions driving the pursuit of peace and human rights in […]
James Bidal, the National Coordinator of SSHRDN, stated that today they were commemorating International Youth Day, a day of significant importance. As members of the South Sudan Human Rights Defenders […]
(Juba/ May 3,2023) The South Sudan Human Rights Defenders Network (SSHRDN) joins Journalists and media practitioners to commemorate the globally recognized Press Freedom Day; a day when we celebrate the […]
South Sudan Human Rights Defenders Network welcomes decision to scrap S.54 and 55 of the National Security Service Act,2014 on Arrests.
South Sudan Human Rights Defenders Network welcomes decision to scrap S.54 and 55 of the National Security Service Act,2014 on Arrests. (Juba/ February 27,2023) The South Sudan Human Rights Defenders […]
A Human rights defender is an individual or a group of people, that stand and defend the rights of others. They are remarkable and their work and efforts need to […]
South Sudan Human Rights Defenders Network (SSHRDN) joins the rest of the world in commemoration of the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence, an annual global campaign to […]
South Sudan Human Rights Defenders Network (SSHRDN) is a non-profit, non-political civil society network that is identified by the Relief and Rehabilitation Commission (RRC) with the registration number 2284. It […]
SSHRDN is recognizing human rights defenders that have stood out in the year 2022. Defenders that have shown outstanding efforts, achievement and/or leadership in the promotion of human rights, equality, […]
Dates: Monday 27th June to Friday 1st July 2022 Venue: National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Ireland Now in its 17th year, this annual IHRN training programme aims at enhancing the skills of justice/security sector […]
South Sudanese authorities should urgently advance and implement a comprehensive human rights agenda to improve the human rights in the country and address impunity, end repression and ensure rights protection, the South Sudan Human Rights Defenders Network, Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch said today in a briefing as the country’s human rights record comes under the spotlight at the Universal Periodic Review (UPR).