Tag Archives: Child Reintegration

“They kept saying I had no place.”

How a family reunion has brought closure and healing “I didn’t know that there is […]

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Looking beyond Dominic Ongwen’s trial at the ICC

The ongoing trial of Dominic Ongwen at the International Criminal Court is an important step […]

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A place to call home

Acen* is a fifteen year old girl who was born into LRA captivity. She has […]

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Reintegration of children born of war thanks to family reunions

The two-decade war in northern Uganda was characterised by various forms of sexual violence against […]

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Using radio to talk about reintegration of children born of war

On the 17th of July, two members of the Women’s Advocacy Network and two survivors […]

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We Accept Our Own Blood: Reintegrating Children Born of War through Family Reunions

In 2014 when members of the Women’s Advocacy Network petitioned the Ugandan Parliament for redress […]

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Cultural leaders and war-affected women develop action points to reintegrate children born of war

JRP and the WAN hold dialogue on reintegration of children born of war GULU – […]

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