South Sudan Law Society | Land Portal
Acronym: 
SSLS
Focal point: 
Peter Gai Manyuon

Ubicación

Sur de Sudán
SS
Working languages: 
inglés

The South Sudan Law Society (SSLS) is a civil society organization based in Juba. Its mission is to strive for justice in society and respect for human rights and the rule of law in South Sudan. The SSLS manages projects in a number of areas, including legal aid and paralegal training, human rights awareness-raising, and capacity-building for legal professionals, traditional authorities, and government institutions.

 

SSLS’s programs include:

Legal Aid

The SSLS manages a number of legal aid clinics that provide free legal advice, mediation and courtroom representation to clients who would otherwise be unable to afford these services.

Constitutional Development
In a project entitled, Towards the Constitution of ‘Zol Meskin’ (the ‘common person’ in Juba Arabic), the SSLS and a coalition of civil society organizations are advocating for a constitution and constitution-making process that reflects the hopes and aspirations of the South Sudanese people.

Land Rights in Transition
Through its research and advocacy, the SSLS sheds light on the interplay between land and power in postwar South Sudan.

 

(from namati.org)

South Sudan Law Society Resources

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Library Resource
Recursos y herramientas de capacitación
Abril, 2012
África

Pamphlet drawn from the (above) Handbook. Practical tips and step-by-step instructions can help companies to successfully negotiate lease agreements with landowning communities. They can help communities prepare for the changes that come with high impact projects and more effectively harness their benefits and also provide the government with a tool that can be used to promote responsible investment.

Library Resource
Manual y guías
Abril, 2012
Sudán del Sur, África

Includes setting the scene in South Sudan, key concepts and guiding principles, pre-investment planning, community consultation, participatory impact assessments, participatory monitoring, grievance mechanisms, community financial management, sample of community protocol.

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