Documentation

JRP’s Documentation department chronicles the conflict-related experiences and memories of individuals, communities and victims’ groups to preserve memory, acknowledge loss and promote healing and reconciliation. We also support community-led documentation efforts.

Our documentation team documenting the experiences of survivors of the 1989 Mukura massacre

Our documentation team documenting the experiences of survivors of the 1989 Mukura massacre

Through exercises in community documentation and interest group documentation, we build on work done over the past years with communities in Atiak, Barlonyo, Mucwini, Omot, Palabek, Lukodi, Mukura and others to introduce new documentation methods to allow for broader participation.

The Documentation team is responsible for many of the JRP publications, including Reports and Field Notes.

Latest Updates from Documentation

34 years later: more questions on Ombaci

34 years later: more questions on Ombaci

By Stephen Ssenkaaba Thirty-Four years since the Ombaci massacre in the Northern Uganda district of […]

Three new job opportunities at JRP

Three new job opportunities at JRP

The Justice and Reconciliation Project now has three job opportunities for a Head of Office, a Documentation Officer and […]

Forgotten Victims: Recounting Atrocities Committed in Odek Sub-County by the LRA and NRA

Forgotten Victims: Recounting Atrocities Committed in Odek Sub-County by the LRA and NRA

In its efforts to document the voices of the victims of the conflict in northern […]

JRP documents the conflict experiences of Joseph Kony’s birthplace - Odek

JRP documents the conflict experiences of Joseph Kony’s birthplace – Odek

Watch out for JRP’s upcoming report on the experiences of the community of Odek, the […]

Namokora survivors' group commemorates massacre, plan way forward

Namokora survivors’ group commemorates massacre, plan way forward

Last week, JRP’s Documentation team met with the Namokora LCIII and chairperson of the Namokora […]

It Was Only The Gun Speaking launched in Arua

It Was Only The Gun Speaking launched in Arua

  On 24 June 2014, JRP attended the second annual memorial of the Ombaci Massacre […]

Voices Magazine Issue 7

Voices Magazine Issue 7

After years of engaging with survivors of conflict in northern Uganda, the Justice and Reconciliation […]

It Was Only the Gun Speaking, With a Pool of Blood Flowing The Ombaci Massacre: June 24, 1981

It Was Only the Gun Speaking, With a Pool of Blood Flowing The Ombaci Massacre: June 24, 1981

Located just 4 kilometres north-west of Arua town on the Kaya Highway/Rhino Camp Road, in Arua […]

Occupation and Carnage: Recounting Atrocities Committed by the NRA’s 35th Battalion in Namokora Sub-County in August 1986 FN XIX, March 2014

Occupation and Carnage: Recounting Atrocities Committed by the NRA’s 35th Battalion in Namokora Sub-County in August 1986 FN XIX, March 2014

Namokora is located 56 kilometres east of Kitgum town and is one of the sub-counties […]

A Community Led Documentation Project Launched by Lukodi Massacre Victims (Acholi Times)

A Community Led Documentation Project Launched by Lukodi Massacre Victims (Acholi Times)

http://www.acholitimes.com/index.php/acholi-news/1864-a-community-led-documentation-project-launched-by-lukodi-massacre-victims