(Save the Children) – Children from states worst-affected by conflict in South Sudan have spoken out and demanded that their right to learn be respected as a top priority – even in war – according to new research from Save the Children. ‘Hear It From The Children’ – which lays out the priorities of 360 children, parents, and community members from Unity, Upper Nile, Jonglei, and Lakes states – reveals that as many as 28% of the children interviewed ranked education as their top priority, and urged the government and humanitarian agencies operating in South Sudan to ensure that their educational needs are prioritised in emergencies.