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Building Peace in Sudan

Please join the next Catholics Confront Global Poverty webcast: A Critical Juncture for Sudan on Wednesday, June 16 from 2:00-3:00 p.m. Eastern Time.

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Sudan is at a critical junction.  The volatile situation in the country – not just in the Darfur region, but also the tenuous peace between the North and South brought about by the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) – is becoming more serious.  Recent controversial national elections and a referendum in January 2011 on whether the South should secede from the North pose the potential for a renewed North-South war.

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2 Responses to “Building Peace in Sudan”

  1. Sudanese Bishops Visit U.S. | CRS Voices Says:

    […] South brought about by the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) – is becoming more serious. Three prominent bishops of the Sudanese Catholic Church will be visiting the U.S. to discuss their country’s challenges. The following are brief bios of each of the […]

  2. Claudia McGeary Says:

    When will the Sudan Bishops June 16 webcast be available on the website? I would like to send it to my mailing Africa list. I was part of the New York visit of the bishops last week. It was wonderful.
    Thank you and Blessings,
    Claudia McGeary
    Faith in Africa

    [Editor’s note: Thank you very much for your interest in our June 16 webcast with the bishops from Sudan. We are still in the process of editing the recording, which will be posted on our website next week. We will make sure to send you the link as soon as it becomes available as well. Meanwhile, please find a copy of the presentation on our website.

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