The project seeks to collect and document cartoons depicting the pursuit of elusive peace in South Sudan. It capture cartoons and newspaper cutting in three Juba based newspapers i.e Juba Monitor, The Dawn Newspaper and Star Tribune. Check them out...read more
Causes, Impact and Implication of the rampant suicide cases in Koro sub-county, Omoro district. August 2018 Introduction Following the over two-decade brutal conflict between the government of...read more
Refugee Rights in the Era of Covid-19: Assessing Uganda’s Responses and the Principle of Non-Refoulement.
Refugee Rights in the Era of Covid-19: Assessing Uganda’s Responses and the Principle of Non-Refoulement. By: Courage Ssewanyana, Amani Institute Uganda Abstract The novel corona virus Covid-19 pandemic is challenging the world from all fronts including...read more
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHUSS) in partnership with Amani Institute Uganda launched a collaborative research project titled, “Beyond War Compensation: Gender Justice, Livelihood and Rights in Northern Uganda” to investigate and find...read more
Background Amani Institute Uganda (AIU) is a think-tank established in northern Uganda to enhance research capabilities and localize impact of research within the region, as well as promote rights, peace, justice and empowerment through evidence-based advocacy. Amani...read more