Let’s Talk, Uganda engages people in northern Uganda and Kampala in dialogue, with a focus on the youth, on issues faced by post-conflict societies in order to promote understanding and reconciliation, furthering the transitional justice process in Uganda.
This project aims to create a dialogue and enable access to different viewpoints by combining innovative use of new media together with traditional methods of distributing information and creating conversations. By telling their own stories, communities will contribute to their own healing process, and the stories will decrease stigma through social inclusion. They will also raise important issues about transitional justice and living in a post-conflict society for the youth in Uganda by fostering dialogue and understanding.
Project website: www.letstalk.ug
Latest Updates from Let's Talk, Uganda
Let’s Talk, Uganda brings dialogues to Lango sub-region21 Sep 2016
PRESS RELEASE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2016 BARLONYO, LIRA- Following three previous public dialogues in Acholi, […]
Let’s Talk, Gulu31 Aug 2016
Join the conversation on justice and reconciliation in Gulu. On Saturday, 3 September 2016, Let’s […]
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 […]
Let’s Talk, Uganda heads to Odek28 Jul 2016
PRESS RELEASE THURSDAY, JULY 28, 2016 GULU – Today Let’s Talk, Uganda will hold […]
Lukodi: justice and reparation can bring healing and reconciliation17 Jun 2016
On the 19 May 2004, the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) raided the village of Lukodi, […]