University of Juba, School of Public Service organized a research presentation and discussion presented by Mary Adut Achiek, Marlin John, and Naume Charity. It was conducted in collaboration with South Sudan Women Research Network, a project implemented by Rift Valley Institute and supported by the European Union.
The discussion was moderated by Dr. Nicki Kindersley, a Lecturer at the University of Cambridge and wales,
in attendance were Dr. Rebecca Lorins, Prof. Andrew Kiri, Director of Research and Publication at the University of Juba, Patricia Powers Thomson, founding Dean of the School of Public Service and Alice Jino Loeya, a representative of European Union.
The research topics were:
- Traditional healing and Spiritual Protection, a research conducted and presented by Marlin John Serefino
- Women in Involvement in Traditional Leadership, a research conducted and presented by Mary Adut Achiek
- Girl Child Blood Compensation, a research conducted and presented by Naume Charity Bangbe