Field Notes

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 […]

The Beasts at Burcoro - FN XVIII, July 2013

The Beasts at Burcoro – FN XVIII, July 2013

Recounting Atrocities by the NRA’s 22nd Battalion in Burcoro Village in April 1991 Located 16 […]

Gender and Generation in Acholi Traditional Justice Mechanisms - FN XVII

Gender and Generation in Acholi Traditional Justice Mechanisms – FN XVII

Throughout the LRA conflict women and youth faced grave atrocities such as gender-based violence, forced marriage, […]

Paying Back What Belongs to Us - FN XVI, October 2012

Paying Back What Belongs to Us – FN XVI, October 2012

This report serves to illuminate the current state, emergence and development of different victims’ groups and associations […]

When A Gunman Speaks, You Listen - FN XV

When A Gunman Speaks, You Listen – FN XV

Located in Lamwo District, Palabek is one of the sub-counties in Northern Uganda whose residents […]

Obalanga Cover

The Day They Came: Recounting the LRA’s Invasion of Teso Sub-region through Obalanga Sub-county in 2003, FN XIV

In June 2003, the LRA infiltrated Teso sub-region in eastern Uganda for the first time. […]

The memorial monument stone in Lukodi remembers those who died in the massacre

The Lukodi Massacre: 19th May 2004, FNXIII

On the 19th of May 2004, the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) raided the village of […]

Train tracks in Mukura near where the infamous train wagon sat

The Mukura Massacre of 1989, FN XII

On July 11, 1989, the 106th battalion of the National Resistance Army (NRA)1 allegedly rounded […]

A child’s drawing of an LRA attack on a village

As Long as You Live, You Will Survive: The Omot Massacre, FN XI

On October 23rd 2002, an estimated forty-four fighters of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) entered […]

A former LRA Major is accepted back by the community in Pajule

Community Peacebuilding and Reconciliation: A Case Study of Peer Support in Pajule, FN X

Simon Watmon was abducted as a young father of two small children by the Lord’s […]