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July 20, 2018

CTSAMM discusses the Agreement on the Cessation of Hostilities and the peace process with over 200 youth representatives in Juba

17- 19 July, 2018, Juba, the CTSAMM Communications office met with over 200 youth leaders to provide a briefing on the mandate of the organisation and engage the representatives in discussion on the peace process. The briefing  was part of a workshop organised by the Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission  themed “Peace in Time: Creating awareness for the Youth on the South Sudan Peace Process” which brought together 200 students from the Youth Peacemaker Network at the Juba-based Whitaker Peace & Development Initiative (WPDI). The four day event involved a briefing from CTSAMM on the mandate of the organisation and also a broader discussion on the peace process. CTSAMM thanked the participants for engaging in such constructive dialogue and encouraged the youth representatives to engage in peacebulding activities in their respective communities. The participants thanked CTSAMM for the briefing and commented that establishing respect for the ceasefire should be the upmost priority for those working in the peace process institutions.

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CTSAMVM is an institute of the Agreement on the Resolution of the conflict in the Republic of South Sudan (ARCSS) signed by the Government and SPLM/A-IO in August 2015.