"Survivors Speak" in South Sudan:
Key Asks and Priorities
Between 22-24 September 2021, South Sudanese survivors of conflict-related sexual violence (CRSV) gathered in Juba for a series of “Survivors Speak” workshops and an advocacy event.
Symbolically sharing the same space as policy makers, survivors raised their voices and spoke powerfully on the impact of CRSV on their lives and their corresponding rights to a remedy and reparation.
An outcome document has been produced, linked above, which lays out the key points, asks and priorities presented by the survivors during the events.
This project has been funded by the Global Survivors Fund in the context of a multi-country study on the status and opportunities for reparations for survivors of CRSV.