Public Lecture at Juba University: “Federalism in the History of South Sudanese Political Thought”

Posted: June 27, 2014 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in Press Release

University of Juba

Centre for Peace and Development Studies

juba

Public Lecture

“Federalism in the History of South Sudanese Political Thought”

By

Douglas Johnson, PhD

Fellow, Rift Valley Institute

Moderator

Luka B. Deng Kuol, PhD

Associate Professor, University of Juba

Discussants:

  1. Hon. Daniel Zingifuaboro, Minister of Local Government and Law Enforcement, Western Equatoria State
  2. Mr Augustino Ting, The Sudd Institute
  3. Dr. Jaafar Mori, PhD, Dean of College of Social and Economic Studies, University of Juba
  4. Justice Deng Biong, Chairperson of South Sudan Public Grievances Chamber

Venue: New Hall 1, University of Juba

Date: 5th July 2014,

Time: 05:00-07:00 pm

The Programme

1. Welcoming Remarks:

  • Vice Chancellor or his representative (5 minutes)
  • Director of Centre for Peace and Development Studies (5 minutes).

2. Keynote Speaker: Dr Douglas Johnson (45 minutes)

  • Lecture will focus on putting the idea of federalism in historical perspective within South Sudanese historical thought.

3. First Discussant: Hon. Daniel Zingifuaboro (10 minutes)

  • This intervention will discuss the relevancy of the idea of federalism to the current situation in South Sudan.

4. Second Discussant: Mr Augustino Ting (10 minutes)

  • This intervention will discuss how federalism will contribute to nation-building and management of diversity.

5. Third Discussant: Dr Jaafar Mori (10 minutes)

  • This intervention will provide the general public opinion about federalism based on the statistical data gathered from students at University of Juba.

6. Fourth Discussant: Justice Deng Biong (10 minutes)

  • This intervention will conclude with the legal and constitutional process necessary for building and effecting the national consensus around federalism

7. Comments, Questions and Answers:

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