Training in Karangura Sub County, 13th October 2016

Participants raising hands for Peace More »

International Peace Day Celebration in Bundibugyo - 21st September 2016

The Minister of Disaster Preparedness and Refugees is greeting RFPJ More »

Cultural dance entertainment at the Peace Camp in Kasese - 17th September 2016 More »

HANDING OVER OF START-UP KITS TO STUDENTS WHO GRADUATED IN FASHION AND DESIGN- SPONSORED BY RFPJ/ENABEL More »

RFPJ GIVING SEEDLINGS TO CARE GIVERS OF THE CHILDREN UNDER ACE-FORT PROJECT. More »

SOME OF THE CHILDREN UNDER ACE-FORT PROJECT RECEIVE FOOD SUPPLEMENTS. More »

RFPJ-YOUTH AGENDA More »

CARPENTRY AND JOINERY STUDENTS AFTER GRADUATION AND RECEIVE OF START-UP KITS.

CARPENTRY AND JOINERY STUDENTS AFTER GRADUATION AND RECEIVE OF START-UP KITS. More »

RFPJ-ENABEL STUDENTS UNDER BAKERY TRAINING More »

RFPJ SKILLING THE COMUNITY IN BUSORO SUB COUNTY 2019.

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Intricacies of Peaceful Co-existence in the Rwenzori Region; Building blocks of Peace, Justice and respect for Rights

INTRICACIES OF PEACEFUL CO-EXISTENCE IN THE RWENZORI REGION; BUILDING BLOCKS OF PEACE, JUSTICE AND RESPECT FOR RIGHTS By Tuhaise Francis Executive Director/Rwenzori Forum for Peace and Justice   Synopsis; In this presentation, I contend that the Rwenzori region remains one of the most conflict and violence-prone regions in Uganda, often associated with intermittent outbreaks of

The Pragmatic Imperative of Pursuing Victims’ Justice in the Rwenzori Region

Synopsis: In every scheme of violence and conflict reside a perpetrator (s) and a victim (s) within varying degrees. These perpetrators and victims may interchangeably assume perpetrator and victim positions and/or may concurrently assume these positions. Building on the 2014 and 2016 violent attacks in the Rwenzori region, this reflection postulates that the pursuit of