Working Papers

 Our working paper series presents in depth analyses of specific situations that have been investigated or recorded by RLP research trips. These working papers attempt to maintain a careful balance by being academically rigorous yet highly accessible to non-specialists, bearing in mind the difficulties and risks of conducting research in often volatile regions.

Working Paper 15 - This report analyses the process of amnesty as characterised in Uganda's Amnesty Act 2000. It does so primarily from the perspective of those who have experienced the process first hand, either as combatants who have come out of the bush and received legal and social pardon for their actions, or as community members who have suffered, both directly and indirectly, from the brutal impact of civil conflicts.
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