From June 21 -24, 2016 at the Comboni Samaritans Conference Hall in Gulu, leaders from the Acholi sub-region gathered to discuss the way forward in solving the multifaceted land crisis in the northern part of Uganda.
The conference aimed at bringing together stakeholders on land justice to map out practical mitigation pathways to land-related disputes in this region and to share critical information on land issues, including findings, efforts, successes and limitations in the region. The conference was also targeted at analyzing and discussing key challenges to land justice in the region vis-à-vis existing policy and legislation.
Sponsors and Co-sponsors
The conference was funded by the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) and the Raskob Foundation and was organized by African Faith and Justice Network (AFJN) in partnership with Caritas Justice and Peace of Gulu Archdiocese and the Paramount King of Acholi (Lawii Rwodi) Rwot David Onen Acana II. The conference was co-organized by several civil society organizations including United Religions Initiative (URI), PROMETRA-Uganda and African Leadership and Reconciliation Ministry (ALARM).
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