"The Canvas Peace Project was founded to raise awareness of genocide and the decades of conflicts affecting women in Sudan and South Sudan. Through the power of art, the project strives to empower women through trade education."
- Cynthia Davis, Founder
Canvas Peace Project Exhibits
October 18, 2014
WOMEN'S ISSUES IN SOUTH SUDAN
Women in South Sudan have faced double oppression - as Southerners, they have faced violence from the North, and they are struggling for equality within their own community as Southerners.
- By Jen Marlowe, for the Pulitzer Center
- Sudanese TV Show, Without the Cutthroat ‘You’re Fired,’ Rewards Entrepreneurs February 18, 2014“Mashrouy,” Sudan’s version of “The Apprentice,” has kindled the imagination of the nation’s youth, many of whom are unemployed. […]
- Rights Group Details Kidnapping and Torture of Eritrean Refugees February 12, 2014Security officers in Egypt and Sudan have colluded with traffickers to extort money, Human Rights Watch said in a report. […]
- South Sudan’s Unfinished Business February 7, 2014The latest peace talks are a stopgap: The institutional deficiencies that fed the violence remain. […]
- India Looks to Expand Visa-on-Arrival Program to 180 Countries February 6, 2014Citizens from the United States and China would be among those eligible for the streamlined visa process. […]
- Sudan Tells Red Cross to Halt Work February 3, 2014The government determined that the group, which helps more than a million people in Sudan, had not fulfilled unspecified conditions for its aid efforts, the state-run news agency said. […]