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Facing Justice - Uganda

Facing Justice - Uganda is a radio programme brought to you by IWPR, in partnership with the Northern Uganda Media Club, NUMEC, discussing issues of justice and human rights in northern Uganda. The programme is produced by local reporters in northern Uganda in English and three local languages: Luo, Ateso and Lugbara. IWPR is grateful to its partner stations which broadcast Facing Justice on a bi-weekly basis. Our partner stations are: Mega FM in Gulu, Voice of Teso in Soroti, Radio Rhino in Lira, and Radio Pacis in Arua, Radio Pol in Kitgum, Radio Piwa and Radio Palwak in Pader.

Production team: IWPR’s Facing Justice programme is a co-production by IWPR and NUMEC. Reporters: Alex Otto, Cho Woo Willy, Gladys Ngeca, supported by IWPR’s reporter network of Bill Oketch, Gillian Lamunu, Arthur Okot, Jimmy Wokorach, Richard Ekotu and James Tweny.

IWPR
28 Mar 11
But activists urge comprehensive reparations programme for all those who suffered in 20-year LRA conflict.
IWPR
15 Mar 11
As internally displaced people head back to their villages, government is criticised for failing to meet demand for basic services.
IWPR
15 Feb 11
Customary beliefs and a failure to abide by inheritance law in northern Uganda continue to prevent widows acquiring their late husbands’ property.
IWPR
1 Feb 11
Despite a reported drop in domestic abuse cases since last year's law was passed, experts say there’s a long way to go before it is effectively enforced in northern Uganda.
IWPR
15 Jan 11
Northern Ugandans welcome international support to flush out rebel force, but many still urge peaceful solution to the conflict.
IWPR
21 Dec 10
Experts encourage all parties involved in the LRA war to come forward to help build a complete picture of the conflict.
IWPR
30 Nov 10
With many weapons from 20-year civil war still in circulation, what threat do they pose and what is being done to reclaim them?
IWPR
15 Nov 10
Stamping out corruption among police and local officials seen as crucial to post-conflict recovery in northern Uganda.

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