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One year ago on July 9, 2011, as the world’s newest nation, the Republic of South Sudan, celebrated its inaugural Independence Day, former Sudanese compatriots from the north sent warm wishes by videotape from the people of Sudan to the people of South Sudan. They tweeted these messages of peace and love using the hashtag #LoveFromSudan. And journalists worldwide took notice.

“I’m really sorry that we couldn’t be one peaceful, united and prosperous country,” said Omnia Shawkat. “But I wish you all the success, and I hope that you become one of the beacon countries of this continent.”

Satellite Sentinel News Roundup 10/7

On Monday, October 3, IRIN Humanitarian News and Analysis mentioned SSP in their post, Sudan-South Sudan: What the analysts are saying post-secession.” (source)

‘Stream’ing Live with Satellite Sentinel Project

On October 3, Enough Project Communications Director Jonathan Hutson and Nuba leader Nania Konda—who leads humanitarian relief efforts in the Nuba Mountains for the Nuba Relief Rehabilitation and Development Organization—appeared on the live Al Jazeera English news broadcast “The Stream.” The broadcast, which aired in the U.S.

Satellite Sentinel Project in the News: Tune in Today

The Satellite Sentinel Project is receiving prominent attention from news broadcasters, including National Public Radio and Al Jazeera English.

NPR’s Brooke Gladstone interviewed Enough Project Director of Communications Jonathan Hutson for the October 1 broadcast of “On the Media” to learn more about the project’s human rights monitoring via satellite.

Satellite Sentinel Project News Roundup 8/19

Satellite Sentinel Project captures the attention of major media around the world, using satellite imagery and ground-based reporting to focus attention on and promote accountability for mass atrocities in Sudan and South Sudan. Here is a round-up of recent, select media coverage of SSP.

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