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  • The International Youth for Africa IYA, organized a two day workshop on Peace and Reconciliation among South Sudanese Communities in Diaspora. It ran from 27-28 April, 2017 in Kampala-Uganda. We thank all participants who included refugees, religious, community, women and youth leaders and members of Civil Society Organizations for endeavoring to attend. We strongly the knowledge gained will go a long way in ensuring peace and reconciliation among the communities in South Sudan.

International Youth for Africa [IYA] is non-partisan, and Non-Governmental Organization and Civil Society Organization [CSO] that works to bring difference communities together as a way to ensure, peace and reconciliation, human rights, gender equality, justice, increasing demand for a collective platform for research, training and policy advocacy for young people by young people in Uganda and South Sudan. IYA founded on the 2nd of March 2015. While maintaining its original goal of empowering the young people, organizations, institutions and communities at the grass roots through initiatives aimed at promoting a culture of non-violence, peace and socio-economic development in  South Sudan and Uganda.