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Who cares about Dominic Ongwen's trial?

Who cares about Dominic Ongwen’s trial?

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

Barlonyo vigil

Standing together for the commemoration of the 13th anniversary of the Barlonyo massacre

On behalf of the Justice and Reconciliation Project (JRP), it is my honour to celebrate […]

Looking beyond Dominic Ongwen’s trial at the ICC

Looking beyond Dominic Ongwen’s trial at the ICC

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

Making peacebuilding evaluation accessible

Making peacebuilding evaluation accessible

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

Gender inequality is not only an African issue

Gender inequality is not only an African issue

My experience for the past four weeks during the US Department of State sponsored professional […]

A place to call home

A place to call home

Acen* is a fifteen year old girl who was born into LRA captivity. She has […]

Women trained on community theatre for advocacy

Women trained on community theatre for advocacy

On 6th September 2016, 12 WAN group representatives from the six groups from Adjumani, Pader […]

Let's Talk, Gulu

Let’s Talk, Gulu

Join the conversation on justice and reconciliation in Gulu. On Saturday, 3 September 2016, Let’s […]

Redress for survivors of SGBV in northern Uganda is still a challenge

Redress for survivors of SGBV in northern Uganda is still a challenge

In northern Uganda during the long-standing conflicts, sexual violence was perpetrated against men and women, […]

Women training on how to plan for the future

Women training on how to plan for the future

A week ago the JRP team conducted financial management training in Aromo sub-county with members of […]