Projects & Ventures
|A – CONCLUDED PROJECTS
A1: Direct Service Provision Projects
· 2012-2013 – “From Exclusion to Inclusion: Bridging the Response Gap for Urban Refugee Survivors of Sexual and Gender based Violence.” Funded by Bureau of Population Refugee & Migration (BPRM 1). Total Project Budget spent $99,805.00, March 2012 – February 2013.
· 2013-2014 – “Gender Inclusive SGBV Screening Response and Awareness for Most Vulnerable Refugees in Kampala” – Funded by Bureau of Population Refugee & Migration (BPRM 2). Total Project Budget spent $200,000.00. September 2013 – September 2014.
· 2014-2015 – “Expansion of Inclusive Sexual Gender Based Violence Prevention and Response to Urban Refugees in Uganda.” Funded by Bureau of Population Refugee & Migration (BPRM 3). Total Project Budget spent $200,000, September 2014 – September 2015.
A2: Research Projects
· 2013 – LGBTI and Migration. RLP and Organization for Refuge, Asylum and Migration (ORAM).
Final Product: Publication: “Blind Alleys: Part II Uganda’s Findings. The Unseen Struggles of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex Urban Refugees in Mexico, Uganda and South Africa”.(Link)
· 2013: Undressing Patriarchy Convention – focused on issues of men’s engagement on gender equality. The project was spearheaded by RLP in partnership with regional and international partners [Centre for Health and Social Justice (CHSJ), and Men Engaged for Gender Equality Now (MEGEN).
Final Product: Publication: “Undressing Patriarchy, Redressing Inequalities” (Link)
· 2013-2014 – JHSPH 2013-2014: Johns Hopkins School of Public Health (Screening for Conflict-related Sexual Violence). Project aimed at Development of “Assessment Screen to Identify Survivors Toolkit for Gender Based Violence – (ASIST-GBV)”
· 2015: Men’s Collective Action in Response to Sexual Violence, Uganda. Research project toexplore men’s roles and contributions to responding to sexual and gender-based violence against men amongst refugees. RLP and IDS Funded by DFID via IDS, University of Sussex
Final Product: Publication: “From Dakar to Delhi: Politicising Thinking and Policy Discourse on Men and Masculinities: Stories of Influence. (Link)
· 2015: Women’s Refugee Commission and Refugee Law Project research collaboration on the GBV risks facing urban refugees in Kampala
Final Product: Publication: “Gender-Based Violence Prevention and Response: Key Risks Facing Urban Refugees in Kampala”. Dec 2015. (Link)
· 2016: Conflict-related gender-based violence against men and boys – Uganda case study of men’s activism.
Final Product:Publication: “Therapeutic Activism: Men of Hope Refugee Association Uganda Breaking the Silence over Male Rape in Conflict-related sexual Violence”. (Link)
· 2016: Women’s Refugee Commission and Refugee Law Project research collaboration on responding to urban refugees’ risks of GBV
Final Product: Publication: “Mean Streets: Identifying and Responding to Urban Refugees’ Risks of Gender-Based Violence” Feb 2016. (Link)
· 2016-17 – “Systematic screening for sexual violence as a cause and impact of forced migration”. The Global Disaster Preparedness Centre.
Final Product:“Hidden Realities: Screening for Experiences of Violence amongst War-Affected South Sudanese Refugees in northern Uganda” – Refugee Law Project 25 August 2017. (Link)
· Since 2015: York University (Conjugal Slavery – Research on women with children born while in captivity). Research focuses on Enslavement, Marriage, and Masculinities. The project seeks to document cases of conjugal slavery and forced marriage in conflict situation, place this data in a historical context, and impact the international prosecution of crimes against humanity as well as local reparation programmes for survivors of violence. RLP’s Section: Men’s experience of forced marriage and masculinity in conflict situations.
· Since 2015: Understanding Forms, Context, Logics and Effects of Sexual Violence – School of Global Studies, Göteborg University – Sweden
· Since September 2017, “Securing Refugee-Host Relations in northern Uganda through enhanced protection” – The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Uganda through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Amount: EUR 2.376.304
· Since August 2018: Pro-Victims project. “Screen-Refer-Support-Document: Medical Support and Awareness Raising for Refugee Victims of Conflict-Related Sexual Violence Against Men” (1 July 2018 – 31 June 2019). Total Amount: $149,713.
· Since November 2019: KIOS Foundation Project: ”Identification, Documentation, and Support to Burundian Survivors of Coflict-Related Sexual Violence” (September 2018 – September 2019) Total Amount: EUR 60,000.