The Department of Politics and International Relations’ Democracy and Islam Programme invites you to a lunchtime meeting with Dr Dhieu Mathok, who will speak about the challenges to democracy in South Sudan.
This is an open event. All are welcome to attend.
Dr Dhieu Mathok Diing Wol was adviser to the African Union Team of Experts on the border disputes between the Republic of Sudan South and the Republic of Sudan in 2012. Wol published extensively on conflict resolution and peace studies. His first book, Politics of Ethnic Discrimination in Sudan: A Justification for the Secession of South Sudan, was published in 2009. He served as a civil servant, parliamentarian, minister and academician. He is a lecturer in the Centre for Peace and Development Studies, University of Juba.