Author Archives: Oryem Nyeko

Who cares about Dominic Ongwen’s trial?

Given that it is the first public trial for crimes committed in the two-decade war […]

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Looking beyond Dominic Ongwen’s trial at the ICC

The ongoing trial of Dominic Ongwen at the International Criminal Court is an important step […]

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Making peacebuilding evaluation accessible

“What does peace look like around the world?”   That’s a simple question that can […]

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Contribute to ‘Voices’ on children born of war

Voices is looking for contributors to its next issue. This issue is centred on children […]

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Living in unity and seeking justice – Lukodi massacre survivors to hold memorial prayers

On 19 May 2016 survivors of the Lukodi massacre with the chiefdom of Patiko, Ker […]

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TJ Monitor: Thomas Kwoyelo trial postponed to July

  The trial of alleged Lord’s Resistance Army commander Thomas Kwoyelo, which was supposed to […]

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Monuments in Odek and Burcoro bring communities full circle

When the Justice and Reconciliation Project’s Documentation team began working with the community of Odek […]

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The AU’s Panel of the Wise reflects on on silencing the guns in Africa

Two weeks ago, I attended and presented at the third retreat of the African Union’s […]

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JRP looks at 10 years of justice and reconciliation

A decade after the publication of “Roco Wat I Acoli”, JRP’s flagship report on traditional […]

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Creating spaces for memory #TransitionalJusticeFellowship

In the past two weeks I have been participating in the Institute for Justice and […]

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