A just future, from a South Sudanese perspective

14 October 2022|Lydia Tabu Casmiro, staff at JRS South Sudan

Related: Advocacy, South Sudan
Women in South Sudan

Lydia Yabu Casmiro is the Office Administrator of Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) South Sudan. She also works with the psychosocial and education teams of JRS in Yambio. She is working on obtaining her Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science at Kampala University.

Women in South Sudan

At the village level, support for women can also lead to greater involvement in other areas, such as customary courts. Most of the leaders in the customary courts are men, so it is men who make decisions on issues impacting women — but without hearing their voice. This also needs to change.