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The Queen Elizabeth II Academy at Chatham House seeks individuals who are dynamic, creative, driven and excited to contribute to Chatham House's research teams to analyse key global and national challenges and develop policy solutions.

Since the 1950s, veterinary medics have had to navigate the difficult terrain of South Sudan to access and build trust with pastoralists and local communities who have previously relied on local veterinary knowledge. The National Archives of South Sudan in Juba records these early efforts to build veterinary services across the country, and…

COVID-19 is spreading in countries that are very different to the global north, countries with long histories of protracted disasters, and fragile public services. This will influence the way in which people will respond. In this context, RVI’s mission to advance relevant knowledge of the region and its communities, and to elevate local voices…

The Rift Valley Institute (RVI) is pleased to receive a grant from Carnegie Corporation of New York. The grant will support early career African researchers to develop their skills in applied research and to develop research communities of practice around critical peacebuilding issues in East and Central Africa.

Every two weeks the Rift Valley Institute, in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture, Museums and National Heritage, is sharing selected, approved documents from the South Sudan National Archives through social media channels to showcase the range of information available in the collection. This project is implemented in partnership with…

Every two weeks, starting this week, the Rift Valley Institute, in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture, Museums and National Heritage, will be sharing selected, approved documents from the South Sudan National Archives through social media channels to showcase the range of information available in the collection. This project is…

The fourteenth Tarikh Tana (Our History) radio show will focus on "Border Management and Epidemics". This show is brought to you under the South Sudan National Archives Project, supported by Norway and implemented by UNESCO in partnership with RVI, and in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture, Museum and National Heritage (MCMNH).

The fifth Tarikh Tana (Our History) radio show in this second series will focus on "Women and Customary Law in South Sudan".

The fourth Tarikh Tana (Our History) radio show in this second series will focus on "An Evolution of Crime and Punishment in South Sudan”.

The third Tarikh Tana (Our History) radio show in this second series will focus on Chiefs Remuneration in History: The Change of Funding Sources for Customary Leaders in South Sudan.