Since it is currently at the centre of transitional justice debates in Uganda and other post-conflict societies, the topic ‘reparations’ was chosen as the theme of the second issue of JRP’s quarterly magazine Voices.
An elderly victims’ cry for reparations
Veronica Eyotaru narrates the story of her experience during the infamous Ombaci Massacre
A poem written by the Women’s Advocacy Network’s Di Cwiny Group in memory of all the children who died in captivity and never lived to come back home.
Nancy Apiyo explores the views on reparations gathered from women during storytelling sessions
An analysis of Uganda’s past ad hoc reparative initiatives
An American student relates the personal impact of hearing the story of a teenagers’ abduction and the friendship it created.
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Download the entire issue here – Voices Issue 02