Conflict, Transitional Justice & Governance /  28 April 2020 /  4343 views

TRAVELLING TESTIMONIES is a mobile exhibition about war, peace and reconciliation. It arrived in Arua on 19 April 2014 to collect and showcase materials from a variety of conflicts that occurred in Uganda. On Monday, 21 April 2014, the Refugee Law Project welcomed the president of the Republic of Uganda, H.E Yoweri  Kaguta Museveni to see exhibits from Acholiland, Kasese region and West Nile. This was in celebration of history in West Nile, marking 100 years as part of Uganda. West Nile was originally part of the "Lado Enclave", administered by the Anglo-Egyptian Empire.  On 14 August 1894, the area was leased to King Leopold II as part of the Congo Free State. In 1914, on the 21st of April the British made the area of West Nile part of Uganda. Please share the link in the format best suited to you, and if you have any comments, please direct them to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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