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31 Jul 2009 description
report Refugee Law Project

Drawing on The Old to Develop a New Jurisprudence for Dealing with Uganda's Legacy of Violence

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

This paper explores the potential role of traditional justice practices from across several communities in northern Uganda in a national transitional justice process in Uganda. To understand this potential role first requires an acknowledgment of the unique and unusual transition that Uganda finds itself in.

30 Oct 2006 description
report Refugee Law Project

INTRODUCTION

The Refugee Law Project (RLP) conducted over 200 in-depth interviews in Arua District in late July and early August 2006, some with self-settled refugees living in Arua town and the majority with refugees living in Rhino Camp Refugee Settlement. Government officials and UN and NGO staff working in the settlement and in Arua and Rhino Camp towns were also interviewed.