Training with the RWENYOPA group in Ntoroko - 25th October 2016

RFPJ conducted a training on alternatives to violence practices (AVP) More »

Students\\\' Entertainment at the Coronation Jubilee in Kasese, 19th October 2016

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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 »

International Peace Day Celebration in Bundibugyo - 21st September 2016

An elder celebrating the International Day of Peace More »

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

Soccer Team at the Peace Camp in Kasese - 17th September 2016

Sport activities unite Youth from different districts of the Rwenzori Region More »

Youth discussing at the Peace Camp in Kasese - 18th September 2016 More »

NDI and UNGOF Meeting in Kampala, 22nd May 2016 More »

 

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

Growing Radicalization in the Rwenzori Region; what are the drivers?

Radicalization may be described as a tool purposively used to create and/or strengthen one’s resilience and/or commitment to a particular cause normally in a manner that this resilience and/or commitment assumes a hard-line stance. Those who accept and or find themselves radicalized gradually or instantly embrace the cause on which this radicalization anchors as a