Scorched earth: XC11-1/1-421-11E-PDF

responding to conflict, human rights violations and manmade humanitarian catastrophe in South Sudan /

"From February to April 2017, the Subcommittee on International Human Rights of the House of Commons Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Development (the Subcommittee) studied the human rights situation in the Republic of South Sudan (South Sudan)"--Intro., p. 5.

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Department/Agency Parliament. House of Commons. Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Development. Subcommittee on International Human Rights.
Title Scorched earth
Subtitle responding to conflict, human rights violations and manmade humanitarian catastrophe in South Sudan /
Series Title Report of the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Development ;
Publication Type Series - View Master Record
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Electronic
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Note Issued also in French under title: Terres brûlées : agir face au conflit, aux violations des droits de la personne et à la catastrophe humanitaire causée par l'homme au Soudan du sud. "June 2017.” Original published on: 2017/06/14; published on: 2017/06/29.
Date 2017.
Number of Pages ix, 31 p.
Catalogue Number
  • XC11-1/1-421-11E-PDF
Subject Terms Human rights, Conflicts, Humanitarian crisis