Conflict, Transitional Justice & Governance /  28 April 2020 /  3409 views

In this documentary, victims and survivors of Ombaci massacre recall the events that occurred on Wednesday 24th June 1981, when a group of Uganda National Liberation Army (UNLA) combatants stormed Ombaci and killed dozens of civilians in cold blood while leaving countless injured.  Similarly, the documentary highlights the plight of Ombaci victims and survivors including the need for reparations and reconciliation through a range of transitional justice mechanisms, and showcases how memory and remembrance have become crucial in promoting post-conflict healing and acknowledgment in northern Uganda.

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