Tag Archives: children born in captivity

“I want to ask, why are you writing this?” – Documenting the experiences of children born into LRA captivity

JRP’s 23rd Field Note, We Are All the Same: Experiences of children born into LRA […]

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We Are All The Same: Experiences of children born into LRA captivity

Children born into the captivity of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) remain a largely neglected […]

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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 […]

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Pursuing Justice for Women and Children in Northern Uganda: Observations from the field

Initiatives to end violence often focus on ‘silencing the gun’ and bringing home largely male […]

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Planning and Budgeting for the Well-Being of the Child: Statement on considerations for peace, justice and reconciliation

  This year, as we join Africa in celebration of the Day of the African […]

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Young Mothers, Marriage and Reintegration, FN II

This issue of Field Notes focuses on young mothers who have returned from the captivity […]

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