Voices is a quarterly magazine published by the Justice and Reconciliation Project (JRP) in Gulu. It aims to share victim-centred views on justice and reconciliation in northern Uganda and, like all of JRP’s work, it was established to link the grassroots with civil society and policy makers on issues of justice and reconciliation. The magazine is also meant to accommodate views on transitional justice, peacemaking and post-conflict that do not necessarily find themselves in the mainstream media.
The next issue of the magazine is centred around victim participation in transitional justice. As such, we kindly request written submissions of the views and opinions for this issue. Typically, opinion pieces are 1000 words and would need to be submitted before Friday, 31 May 2013.
Please email voices@
Physical copies and pdf versions of previous issues are available at our office in Gulu and on our website (see links below).