How is Online Hate Speech Affecting South Sudan Conflict?
Achol Jok from the #defyhatenow project working to counter online hate speech says the diaspora's influence on the conflict is strong, and its writing is being passed on by word of mouth and phone calls, but researcher, Saskia Baas, doubts that posts on social media platforms have much impact on the extreme violence in remote communities.
South Sudan soldiers
PR Newswire, 18 August 2017
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WFP, 24 August 2017
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