For South Sudan


In your own words, through your photos and videos and songs and art – tell the world what you in South Sudan are experiencing – 
by submitting content here.

In the midst of want and war, rape and ravaging, massacres and mutilations: poetic images, stirring music and mobilizing messages.

"Black Tide Berlin" Thank you for being part of the fight for the human right to clean water - and against the "black tide" of oil pollution.

Follow us on Social Media

Recent Reports

Andrew Clapham:

 “There are thousands of civilians who have been forcibly displaced following a scorched-earth policy, in which the parties to the conflict are attacking the villages, torching the homes, killing civilians and raping women and girls. …”

Joseph Oduha, one of South Sudan’s most respecter journalists (, the East African and other media and platforms, was kidnapped on September 14th in Kampala. After several hours in the clutches of his abductor, Joseph managed to escape – but not before suffering at their hands.

“I will not be intimidated, but will continue to report fairly and objectively on politics and business in South Sudan,” states Joseph.

One quarter of the world uses contaminated water – or doesn’t have any water at all.

One big reason is oil pollution, which poisons the water of 100 million people in 100 countries.

The oil produced in these countries of course fuels the killing of the climate – and, in many cases, destruction of the countries’ societies – by spawning corruption, civil war and other consequences of the grab for revenues.

Close Menu