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Opiny Shaffic Feb 15
"The making of Gender against Men inspired me to come and acquire video advocacy skills. I was interviewed by the filmmakers." - Bosco Marcello
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Refugee Law Project Feb 15
Today we join the family of the late Archbishop Janani Luwum and the entire nation to celebrate the life of a martyr.
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Refugee Law Project Feb 15
"At times when we realize indicators of eg poor sleep patterns, we rationalize them as resulting from too much work. At what point do we accept that we are drifting from being mentally healthy such that we can seek help?" A CIMIC officer asks
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Refugee Law Project Feb 14
"If a victim [of forced nudity] met men in uniform, I think they would want the ground to swallow them." A UPDF CIMIC officer concludes @end_sv
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Refugee Law Project Feb 14
"Do the people in uniform know their obligation?" Another UPDF CIMIC officer wonders after watching the gruesome video clip showing women stripped naked by armed personnel in DR Congo
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Refugee Law Project Feb 14
"Forced nudity is degrading; against our culture" A UPDF CIMIC officer asserts after watching a video clip showing women stripped naked by armed personnel in DR Congo
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Refugee Law Project Feb 14
To ensure enhanced protection of in Uganda, we continue to engage with UPDF CIMIC officers on rights & protection issues.
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Opiny Shaffic Feb 10
Day 6: The Video advocacy boot camp has got the learners embarking on their group video projects at the National Memory and Peace Documentation Centre - NMPDC in Kitgum District
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Refugee Law Project Feb 9
Making sure & the host communities from Palabek Kal, Lamwo district acquire skills to enable them tell their stories through videography.
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Refugee Law Project Feb 7
Interested in joining the vibrant staff at RLP? We have openings for a Programme Manager & Executive Assistant to the Director. Get details at
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Refugee Law Project Feb 2
We just signed a petition nominating for the Int'l Nansen Refugee Advocate Award. You too can sign here:
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Refugee Law Project Jan 24
Today we joined the community of Kal Odokonyero Wikira village, Agago district remembering the 24 pple killed by on 24/01/1990 in the St Augustine Chapel, Odokonyero.
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Refugee Law Project Jan 19
With funding support from the , we have started a series of trainings that will see 300 UGABAG XXIV officers trained on the Protocol on the Documentation and Investigation of Sexual Violence ()
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Brandon Hamber Jan 18
Great to have speaking about his work and sharing between and
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Refugee Law Project Jan 8
People's encounters with ghosts signal the need for deeper investigation and analysis of the roots and underlying causes - opportunities for therapeutic interventions. Read article
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Refugee Law Project Jan 7
Read an intriguing blog-piece by examining some of the ways in which people's accounts of various forms of hauntings are interpreted as a symptom of challenges
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Refugee Law Project Dec 21
As 2017 draws closer to an end, we are taking some time off hence all our offices will remain closed between 21st December 2017 and 2nd January 2018. We shall resume work on Wednesday 3rd January 2018.
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Refugee Law Project Dec 9
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UN Human Rights Dec 9
Dec 10 is . , which are under pressure worldwide. Equality, justice & freedom prevent violence & sustain peace.
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Refugee Law Project Dec 9
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