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Refugee Law Project 13h
Day 1 of in Gulu. Today's sessions ie Stakeholders & Status Conferences were focused on laying ground for a smooth trial; updating stakeholders as well as setting rules for the proceedings. Proceedings resume tomorrow at 9am.
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Refugee Law Project 14h
has been adjourned to tomorrow 9am for plea taking. The live streaming will resume then.
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Refugee Law Project 14h
Justice D. Gaswagga - Judges are convinced that ample disclosure was done so the accused cannot claim ignorance of the charges.
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Refugee Law Project 14h
Victims' Counsel requests Court to task the Registrar to have a budget for reaching out to the victims & witnesses and not rely on Prosecution or CSOs.
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Refugee Law Project 14h
defense counsel requests that he be given all meals, brought to court on time and allowed to see his family. . @
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Refugee Law Project 15h
Justice D. Gaswagga reading some of the rules of procedure for the .
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Refugee Law Project 15h
in session. in the dock, judges M. Elubu, J. Kiggundu & D. Gaswagga ready yo proceed. Follow proceedings at
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Refugee Law Project 16h
The status conferencing for the has been adjourned to 2pm at Gulu High Court. Proceedings will be live at .
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Refugee Law Project 18h
Judges & lawyers continue with the conferencing (off video camera) before the court proceedings for the in Gulu.
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Refugee Law Project 19h
Proudly funded by , RLP today kick starts a 2-day internal capacity strengthening programme on curriculum development for promoting women empowerment and leadership.
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Refugee Law Project 19h
Prosecution,Defense lawyers & Vistims' Counsel set to start the proceedings of the . Follow proceddings live at .
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Onen David Ongwech 20h
I wonder the Acholi name that child will be given! A/Otim, Latim, Larok, ICC...... When will our UG Prisons embrace conjugal rights for those incarcerated.
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Refugee Law Project 20h
Judges inspecting guard of honor by officers and lawyers at Gulu High Court
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Refugee Law Project 20h
As we wait for the court session to commence at a time to be communicated, the Judges, Prosecution, Defense lawyers & Counsel for victims are in a conferencing session planning for the proceedings. Live stream will be at
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Refugee Law Project Sep 23
The historic trial of Thomas , a former commander, kicks off tomorrow, Monday 24th 9am at the Gulu High Court. Follow the proceedings live at .
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Jackson Odong Sep 23
We need to take deliberate efforts to build a culture of peace, promote it and strengthen institutions.
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Juliet Adoch Sep 17
Proud of Team RLP/NMPDC
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Nono francis Sep 23
A visit by H.E Kazuaki Kameda-Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary- Embassy of Japan exhibition tent, on the role of culture in peace building.
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Doctorr Orach Sep 23
, visited your stall at the culture fair. Found it very informative. Thanks to for the briefing and insights of the works of RLP. Thank you for the copy of the Compendium of conflicts in Uganda. All the best
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Refugee Law Project Sep 22
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