Unfolding Land Conflicts in Northern Uganda

Volume 1, December 2013, Special Issue

Guest Editors:

Michael Whyte, Quentin Gausset & Peter Henriques

Editorial Note

Lioba Lenhart, JPSS Editor

Unfolding Land Conflicts in Northern Uganda: Introduction by Michael Whyte, Quentin Gausset & Peter Henriques, Guest Editors (view in pdf)

Speaking Forgiveness in Northern Uganda: From Armed Conflicts to Land Conflicts by Julaina A. Obika & Hanne O. Mogensen (view in pdf)

From Encampment to ‘Emplotment’: Land matters in Former IDP Camps by Susan Reynolds Whyte, Sulayman Babiiha, Rebecca Mukyala & Lotte Meinert

Access to Land, Securing a Livelihood and Gender Role Renegotiation: a Case Study of Widows in Northern Uganda by Megan Smith Göttsches (view in pdf)

‘Land Grabbing’: The Ugandan Government, Madhvani, and Others versus the Community of Lakang, Amuru District by Ronald R. Atkinson & Arthur Owor (view in pdf)

Alleged Land Grabs and Governance: Exploring Mistrust and Trust in Northern Uganda – The Case of the Apaa Land Conflict by Lioba Lenhart (view in pdf)

Land and Property Rights and Economic Behaviour in Uganda: Results from a Questionnaire Survey Conducted in Amuru, Masaka and Pallisa by Helle Munk Ravnborg, Bernard Bashaasha, Michael Kidoido, Rasmus Hundsbæk Pedersen, Rachel Spichiger & Alice Turinawe (view in pdf)