A – ONGOING PROJECTS
- Since May 2019: Securing Refugee-Host Relations in Uganda. Funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of the Netherlands through the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Uganda. Working on 1) Addressing access to justice and rule of law concerns for refugees and hosts, 2) Addressing profound harms suffered during and after conflicts, 3) Amplifying refugee-host voices through videography and English for Adult education, 4) Addressing environmental degradation resulting from sudden influx of refugees, and 5) Promoting evidence based advocacy on forced displacement. Project areas: Adjumani, Lamwo, Kiryandongo, and Kampala (for advocacy). Budget: EUR 7,477,207
- Since November 2018: KIOS Foundation Project: “Identification, Documentation, and Support to Burundian Survivors of Coflict-Related Sexual Violence” (Sept. 2018 – Sept. 2019) EUR 60,000 grant.
- 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. Sustaining National Capacity to Adopt the International Protocol on the Documentation and Investigation of Sexual Violence in Conflict in Uganda (2019-2020). UGX: 228,000,000. A grant being implemented to promote the buy-in and uptake of the PSVI’s International Protocol on Documentation and Investigation of Sexual Violence in Conflict. Implementation started with training Uganda People’s Defence Forces, Uganda Police Forces, and a select of civil society organisations on First and now Second Edition of the Protocol.