We Can’t Be Sure Who Killed Us: Memory and Memorialization in Post-Conflict Northern Uganda

The skull of a victim rests at the Barlonyo massacre site, 2006

The skull of a victim rests at the Barlonyo massacre site, 2006

A Joint Report by JRP and the International Center for Transitional Justice (ICTJ)

With funding from the Austrian Development Cooperation

Written by: Julian Hopwood

 This report examines the role memorials have played in Uganda’s transitional justice process. Addressed to community members, conflict survivors, policymakers, and donors, it reviews existing memorials and offers recommendations to those seeking to initiate new memorial activities. It is based on research conducted in the Acholi and Lango sub-regions of northern Uganda, involving the eponymous ethnic groups.

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