Author Archives: Lino Owor Ogora

Why the government must expedite reparations for victims and survivors of the northern Uganda conflict

On 17th June 2014, I was confronted with news of the untimely death of a […]

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Welcoming President Museveni’s acknowledgment of NRA crimes in northern Uganda

The Justice and Reconciliation Project (JRP) would like to applaud President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni’s acknowledgement […]

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Congratulating Bishop Odama

Archbishop John Baptist Odama is the metropolitan Archbishop of Gulu Archdiocese in northern Uganda, a […]

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Upcoming Field Notes and Reports

Look out for JRP’s upcoming Community Documentation reports on the following topics; • “When a […]

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Situational Brief on Truth-Telling in Northern Uganda

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

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“Silent Voices” review

JRP’s Lino Owor Ogora Provides Feedback on the ‘Silent Voices’ Play; A Play Featuring the […]

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Coming Soon: Northern Uganda TJ Monitoring Survey

It is almost four years now that northern Uganda has experienced relative peace following the […]

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Pending Questions Regarding Traditional Justice

Today marks the beginning of regular posts from JRP team leaders. This was written by […]

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