Rita Lopidia (NGO Working Group on Women, Peace and Security) on Women and Peace and Security - Security Council, 7793rd meeting
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The Nile Institute Women's Talking Group meeting is scheduled for Saturday, February 6, 2016 at 1:30pm at ASU Downtown Campus. All South Sudanese women are invited to attend.
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On Saturday, September 12, 2015, the Nile Institute for Peace and Development Interim Leadership met and structured the board leadership resulted in the appointment of Dr. Christopher Zambakari as the board chairman, Dr. Elenore Long, Vice Chair and Dr. Jennifer Teske as Secretary and Treasurer. In the same sitting, the board appointed William Pay Tuoy-Giel as an Interim Executive Director.
The NIPD congratulate the appointed leaders to serve and help streamline the NIPD operation both locally and internationally.
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The Nile Institute for Peace and Development is an independent research organization, dedicated to the conduct of quality research, training, advocacy, and facilitation of dialogue within and between the various communities in South Sudan. The Nile Institute for Peace and Development was established on April 3, 2013, as a response to the need for peace and development throughout South Sudan and the Diaspora. The Institute seeks to address important national and regional issues affecting South Sudan and its larger societies by shaping policies related to national governance, improving analytical capacities, formulating original problems and working towards durable solutions. We believe that sustainable peace can be achieved through development and well-informed citizenry. We plan to do this by educating and empowering South Sudanese communities and policy makers in South Sudan and the Diaspora to play a positive role in promoting peace and development, which will in turn foster cooperation and understanding among various ethnic communities across South Sudan and the world.