Tag Archives: Amuru

Standing together with the community of Atiak

As longstanding partners with the community of Atiak, we at the Justice and Reconciliation Project […]

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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 […]

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Communities in Lango and Acholi work to memorialise their experiences

With funding support from USAID-SAFE Program, the Community Mobilization department at JRP conducted a series […]

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Holding Community Dialogues with Families of Missing Persons

As northern Uganda transitions amidst post-war recovery and reconciliation efforts, the issue of enforced disappearances […]

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Joining hands for regional reconciliation

The Justice and Reconciliation Project’s Regional Reconciliation initiative is a one year program designed to […]

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Thank you for bringing our son back to the soil from where he was abducted from

  There was an air of excitement in Pagoro Kal village on Wednesday. On this […]

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Remembering the Atiak Massacre: April 20th 1995, FN IV

On April 20th 1995, the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) entered the trading centre of Atiak […]

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