South Sudan: Community Perspectives on the Business Responsibility to Respect Human Rights in Countries Affected or Threatened by Conflict

August, 2010 | Khalifa Lal Nyok

This paper was prepared to explore the perspectives of native Sudanese living in and impacted by the oil exploration and operational zone. It explores perspectives of what people believe to have impacted their lifestyles; means and standards, and whether those changes were either positive or negative, and how they believe the situation could be improved.

The study was conducted for CDA and for the Institute for Human Rights and Business, to support their process of developing guidelines for companies operating in conflict areas with regards to respect for human rights.

 

Suggested Citation: Lal Nyok, Khalifa. “South Sudan: Community Perspectives on the Business Responsibility to Respect Human Rights in Countries Affected or Threatened by Conflict.” Case Study, CDA Collaborative Learning Projects, 2010.