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Joseph Diing

Rift Valley Institute

Joseph Diing holds a degree in Sociology and Social anthropology from the University of Juba, South Sudan. He started worked with the Rift Valley Institute (RVI) in 2017 as an assistant researcher on the South Sudan Customary Authorities project. He is now taking on a role designing and leading research in South Sudan both as part of the X-Border Local Research Network and other RVI projects.  

Joseph is a Researcher for XCEPT at the Rift Valley Institute.

Joseph Diing’s XCEPT research


16th December 2022

War, Migration, and Work: Agricultural Labour and Cross-bord...

This study examines the history of labour migration and labour relations in present-day South Sudan’s Bahr el-Ghazal borderlands with Darfur and Kordo...


10th March 2021

Conversations with RVI Researchers: Joseph Diing Majok and N...

RVI’s Magnus Taylor speaks with RVI researchers, Joseph Diing Majok and Nicki Kindersley, about their latest report, “Breaking Out of the Borderlands:...


19th October 2020

Understanding and Visualising the ‘Transnational Everyday’ i...

This is an interactive report on how individuals move and interact across borders and transnationally. The report summarises the outcomes of these di...


21st October 2019

War, Migration and Work: Changing Social Relations in the So...

This report outlines how the changing economy has affected social relations in the Northern Bahr el-Ghazal borderlands.


26th June 2019

Monetized Livelihoods and Militarized Labour in South Sudan’...

The report examines a frame of reference for understanding the fragmented and contingent futures that people in the borderland are navigating.


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