A new study titled Darfurians in South Sudan: Negotiating Belonging in Two Sudans looks at the issue of the rights of Darfurians living in South Sudan. The author is Lucy Hovil with the International Refugee Rights Initiative.
The author acknowledges that the presence of a relatively small number of Darfurians in South Sudan is a small part of a wider story. Yet their presence represents something of profound significance: their ability to remain in South Sudan, to be part of this new state, and for the South to be part of the solution to their longer-term desire to one day return to Darfur in freedom.
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