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Transitional Justice

National War Victims’ Conference

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War Victims’ Voices on Transitional Justice

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The government assures war victims of peace

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Mobilising war victims for recovery

AYINET Director Mr. Victor Ochen meeting with Archbishop Desmond Tutu in South Africa ahead of the National War Victims' Conference in Uganda

“Dear people of Uganda, I am deeply honoured to have been asked by the African Youth Initiative Network to join you at this crucial moment in Uganda’s history.”

Archbishop Desmond Tutu

“We are looking forward to this opportunity to mobilise victims across Uganda to engage in the Transitional Justice process, as well as collaborate with all and work towards the national reconciliation and achieve a better future for all”

Victor Ochen  Director AYINET.

AYINET Scales up Medical and Psycho-Social Rehabilitation for War Victims in the Greater Northern Uganda

Doctors in Kitgum hospital checking on a patient after undergoing a bullet removal surgery

On September 23 2015, African Youth Initiative Network (AYINET) launched a project entitled ‘Rehabilitating Communities and Victims for Effective Recovery’ (RECOVER) with the support from Democratic Governance Facility (DGF). Read more

Victims' Voices for Justice

The ICC Chief Prosecutor, Ms. Fatou Bensouda, addressing victims of the LRA war at Barlonyo Memorial Site, Lira Distric

AYINET has been comprehensively supporting victims for years. In the interest of advocating for justice that is meaningful to the victims as opposed to giving prominence to perpetrators, we responded to the arrest of Dominic Ongwen by launching the platform Victims’ Voices for Justice. Read more