The Gender Justice department focuses special attention on the transitional justice needs of vulnerable groups and individuals seeking justice for gender-based crimes. Gender Justice is currently working primarily with war-affected women, especially those who are formerly-abducted.
Often ignored, young formerly-abducted women and their children lack a space to articulate their justice needs. We engage with formerly-abducted and conflict-affected women to articulate and advance their gender-related justice needs with policy-makers and stakeholders.
The Gender Justice team is responsible for many of the JRP publications, including Statements & Briefs.
Latest Updates from Gender Justice
Engaging Men and Boys in Redress for Conflict-SGBV in Northern Uganda01 Apr 2017
This report presents the findings and recommendations from widespread consultations by the Justice and […]
Coping Alone: Personal ways of seeking redress for survivors of conflict-SGBV27 Mar 2017
For over 20 years, the people of Northern Uganda, especially women and children, have been […]
Gender inequality is not only an African issue17 Nov 2016
My experience for the past four weeks during the US Department of State sponsored professional […]
A place to call home13 Oct 2016
Acen* is a fifteen year old girl who was born into LRA captivity. She has […]
Stakeholders in northern Uganda developing a road map to redress for SGBV08 Sep 2016
PRESS RELEASE 8 September 2016 LIRA – Urgent policy change is needed to provide redress […]
Redress for survivors of SGBV in northern Uganda is still a challenge26 Aug 2016
In northern Uganda during the long-standing conflicts, sexual violence was perpetrated against men and women, […]
Women training on how to plan for the future19 Aug 2016
A week ago the JRP team conducted financial management training in Aromo sub-county with members of […]
Reintegration of children born of war thanks to family reunions17 Aug 2016
The two-decade war in northern Uganda was characterised by various forms of sexual violence against […]
Using radio to talk about reintegration of children born of war15 Aug 2016
On the 17th of July, two members of the Women’s Advocacy Network and two survivors […]