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The Prospect for Peace in Sudan: A View from Religious Leaders on the Ground (Audio)

Speakers: Daniel Adwok Kur, Auxiliary Bishop, Roman Catholic Diocese of Khartoum
Daniel Deng Bul Yak, Archbishop, Episcopal Church of the Sudan
John Ashworth, Director, Denis Hurley Conference of Churches
Ramadan Chan, General Secretary, Sudan Council of Churches
Samuel Kobia, Ecumenical Special Envoy to Sudan, All Africa Conference of Churches
Presider: Linda E. Watt, Chief Operating Officer, Episcopal Church
October 14, 2010

Religious leaders from Sudan discuss the upcoming referendum, as well as ways that the international community can strengthen human rights in Southern Sudan, as part of CFR's Religion and Foreign Policy series.

Learn more about CFR's Religion and Foreign Policy Initiative.


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