Briefing Notes and Special Reports

Aside from working papers and seminars the RLP produces a range of publications for multiple purposes. The research is targeted at a range of audiences (eg academia, government officials or the public) and aims to produce information quickly on time-sensitive issues. These result in special reports compiled either through individual consultancies or for external publications, including briefing notes that represent immediate but preliminary observations from the field, letters sent to the national newspapers or advocacy briefs that attempt to bring attention to specific thematic areas.

ACCS Project news brief. This brief highlights issues of Peace Recovery Development Plan (PRDP); the status of health and health service delivery in northern Uganda; the tribal conflict in South Sudan – and its implication on recovery of the West Nile District and; dynamics around youth unemployment. The issue facilitates ACCS ongoing dissemination and advocacy and contributes to national conversations on PRDP and recovery. ACCS concerted effort is towards flagging conflict causes & triggers, actors & dynamics, as well as suggestions on how to respond to conflict challenges.
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ACCS Project activity brief. In this Issue, we offer an account in which the Alur kingdom advices Mukwano-the Investor over Abanga farm land. It comprehensively discusses the emerging conflict issues, dynamics and risk factors over the Abanga farm land located in Zeu, Zombo district. It explores the controversy over the acquisition and ownership of Abanga and draws on critical recommendations that may help avert further conflict.
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This paper offers an overview of the international legal instruments governing deportation, before then looking at the tension between these and instruments that have developed at a regional level - specifically Europe. We conclude by pointing out some gaps in these instruments.
Lena Karamanidou & Liza Schuster              Download this Report

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A collaborative initiative of the RLP and the Kitgum District Local Government. The NMPDC is located in Kitgum district town council - Northern Uganda an area ravaged by over two decades of armed conflict and is struggling to recover in the post-conflict era...
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