Santino Ayuel Longar

Research associate


Queen's University, Ph.D., Law


Santino Ayuel Longar holds a Ph.D. in Law from Queen’s University, Canada. He is a barrister, solicitor, and notary public, being a member of the Law Society of Ontario, in Canada. His research interests include but are not limited to international human rights law, international humanitarian law (the law of armed conflicts), public international law, international investment law, history, administrative law, tort law, public law, contract law, and constitutional law. He can be reached at



Transitional Justice in South Sudan: A Case for Sustainable Peace, Accountability, Reconciliation and Healing 16/02/2021
How the British Colonial Rule Contributed to Contemporary Underdevelopment in South Sudan: A Review of a Ph.D. Dissertation on the “Dinka Responses to the Early British Colonial Rule, 1900-1922,” by Mark Mijak Abiem 25/12/2018


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