Statements & Briefs

Addressing the Unredressed - Gaps and opportunities for affirmative action for war-affected women within local government programmes and services in northern Uganda

Addressing the Unredressed – Gaps and opportunities for affirmative action for war-affected women within local government programmes and services in northern Uganda

On 15 September 2015, the Women’s Advocacy Network (WAN) at the Justice and Reconciliation Project […]

Alone Like A Tree: Reintegration Challenges Facing Children Born of War and Their Mothers in Northern Uganda

Alone Like A Tree: Reintegration Challenges Facing Children Born of War and Their Mothers in Northern Uganda

Women in northern Uganda suffered various forms of conflict-related sexual- and gender-based violence (SGBV) during […]

Community Perceptions on Dominic Ongwen, Situational Brief, May 2015

Community Perceptions on Dominic Ongwen

Following the transfer of Lord’s Resistance Army commander Dominic Ongwen to the International Criminal Court […]

Distributive justice: Recommendations for reparations and distributive justice for former child soldiers in northern Uganda

Distributive justice: Recommendations for reparations and distributive justice for former child soldiers in northern Uganda

The Justice and Reconciliation Project (JRP) works to understand and explain the interests of individuals, […]

The Right to Know - Policy recommendations for addressing the rights of the missing and their families in northern Uganda

The Right to Know – Policy recommendations for addressing the rights of the missing and their families in northern Uganda

  Overview Increasingly, the missing victims of mass atrocities around the world are being formally […]

The Dog That Barks But Doesn’t Bite: Victims’ Perspectives on the International Criminal Court in Uganda, Policy Brief No. 6

The Dog That Barks But Doesn’t Bite: Victims’ Perspectives on the International Criminal Court in Uganda, Policy Brief No. 6

Ugandans have a complicated relationship with the International Criminal Court (ICC). The armed conflict and […]

Situational Brief on Truth-Telling in Northern Uganda

Situational Brief on Truth-Telling in Northern Uganda

On Tuesday 18th July 2012, the Justice Law and Order Sector (JLOS) released its long […]

Amnesty consultations Barlonyo

Who Forgives Whom? Northern Uganda’s Grassroots Views on the Amnesty Act

To read the full briefing, click here. Overview After more than twelve years in force, […]

Oduru (Alarm): A Poem by the Women's Advocacy Network, 8 March 2012

Oduru (Alarm): A Poem by the Women’s Advocacy Network, 8 March 2012

Oduru (Alarm) A Poem by the Women’s Advocacy Network for International Women’s Day 2012 PDF […]

Julius Alisonga lawyer of Kwoyelo speaks after ruling

Updates on the High Court Ruling of Ex-LRA Commander Thomas Kwoyelo

Updates on the High Court Ruling of Ex-LRA Commander Thomas Kwoyelo Kampala, 27 January 2012 […]