Click on the tabs below to view local, international and international non-governmental peacebuilding organisations working in Uganda.
Organisation overview: The African Union is Africa's continental-wide intergovernmental organisation, working to promote political, social and economic progress.
Work in Uganda: Uganda is one of the African Union's member states.
Organisation overview: ICC is the first permanent, treaty based, international criminal court established to help end impunity for the perpetrators of the most serious crimes.
Work in Uganda: The situation in Uganda is currently under investigation by the ICC.
Organisation overview: IOM is dedicated to promoting humane and orderly migration for the benefit of all, including to migrants in need - refugees, IDPs and other victims of conflict.
Work in Uganda: The ION has a comprehensive programme working on trafficking, IDP, refugee and asylum-seeker issues in Uganda.
Organisation overview: UN Women implements programmes tailored to individual countries throughout Africa. Its strategies support women's participation in decision-making, leadership development and skills training.
Work in Uganda: UN Women's Uganda country office is in Kampala.
Organisation overview: UNDP is the UN's key development organisation, seeking to improve lives based on its eight Millennium Development Goals.
Work in Uganda: The UNDP works on two key goals in Uganda: accountable democratic governance and poverty reduction.
Organisation overview: UNHCR is the UN agency mandated to lead and coordinate action to protect refugees and resolve their problems worldwide.
Work in Uganda: The UNHCR runs a comprehensive range of activities related to protecting and supporting returning IDPs and refugees in Uganda.
Organisation overview: ACORD defends rights and promotes justice. Its peacebuilding work concentrates on helping communities mitigate and prevent conflict at grassroots level.
Work in Uganda: ACORD is piloting a community social peace and recovery peacebuilding model in Northern Uganda.
Organisation overview: Action Aid works to end hunger and poverty, provide education for all, deal with conflicts and emergencies, and support women's rights.
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Organisation overview: CAFOD works in disaster relief and development, in particular on basic infrastructure, workers rights and advocacy towards donor governments.
Work in Uganda: CAFOD works to support people who have fled the Lord's Resistance Army in Uganda.
Organisation overview: CAAT works to end the international arms trade, promoting progressive demilitarisation and ending government financial and political support for arms export.
Work in Uganda: CAAT provides data on UK and EU arms exports to Uganda.
Organisation overview: Conciliation Resources works on cross-border conflict, engaging armed groups, developing governance, facilitating dialogue, strengthening public participation and integrating women properly into all areas of peacebuilding.
Work in Uganda: Conciliation Resources works to deal with the LRA in Uganda. It helps to increase collaboration between communities, encourage the participation of civil society in the creation of conflict-related government policies, aid the return and reintegration of abductees from the LRA, and push for governments and multilateral organisations to employ more effective peacebuilding policies and practices.
Organisation overview: DRC focuses on helping people who have fled war and conflict, persecuted because of their race, religion, nationality, political conviction or social affiliation.
Work in Uganda: The DRC has worked with refugees and IDPs, on land mine clearance, on violence reduction and livelihoods programmes, on protection and community service and on emergency response initiatives in Uganda, since 1999.programmes and on livelihoods in Uganda, since 1999.
Organisation overview: Enough works to end genocide and crimes against humanity. Its strategy is to energise a wide range of communities to ensure their voices are heard, and conducts field research, develops policy and research tools and works to influence political leaders.
Work in Uganda: Enough conducts in-depth field research and conflict analysis on the situation in Uganda.
Organisation overview: GNWP is a coalition of women’s groups and other civil society organizations. It is involved in advocacy and action for the full and effective implementation of Security Council resolutions on women and peace and security.
Work in Uganda: The GNWP has seven partner organisations in Uganda.
Organisation overview: Global Witness investigates and campaigns to change the system by exposing the economic networks behind conflict, corruption and environmental destruction.
Work in Uganda: Global Witness campaigns on regulation, monitoring, environmental, and oversight issues relating to Uganda’s oil and gas sector.
Organisation overview: IANSA is the global movement against gun violence, linking civil society organisations working to stop the proliferation and misuse of small arms and light weapons.
Work in Uganda: IANSA has four partner organisations working to combat gun violence in Uganda.
Organisation overview: International Alert works with local people to build peace by them with training, advice and support. It brings communities together as well as advising companies, governments and international organisations on how they can support peace.
Work in Uganda: International Alert works to address the economic dimensions of peace and conflict in Uganda, with a particular focus on the new oil industry and the northern Uganda recovery process.
Organisation overview: ICTJ works to help societies in transition deal with the legacy of mass atrocities, and build civic trust in state institutions as protectors of human rights.
Work in Uganda: The ICTJ works to help create a comprehensive and inclusive national transitional justice strategy to confront the legacy of war and repression in Uganda.
Organisation overview: The International Crisis Group conducts independent research and analyis on conflicts around the world.
Work in Uganda: The ICG has an extensive range of reports and analysis on the conflict in Uganda.
Organisation overview: IFRC is a worldwide humanitarian organisation providing assistance without discrimination as to nationality, race, religious beliefs, class or political opinions.
Work in Uganda: The IFRC works to assist people living in IDP and refugee camps in Uganda.
Organisation overview: The International Peace Bureau is dedicated to the vision of a world without war. Its current main programme centres on disarmament for sustainable development.
Work in Uganda: The IPB has two partner organisations in Uganda: Peoples With Disabilities Uganda, and Springs Alive.
Organisation overview: The IRC responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises and helps people to survive and rebuild their lives.
Work in Uganda: The IRC is in Uganda to protect women and children from violence and exploitation by fostering a safe environment and encouraging education, as thousands of refugees return home.
Organisation overview: Pax Christi works on a variety of issues in human rights, human security, disarmament, de-militarisation, just world order, religion and violent conflict.
Work in Uganda: Pax Christi has three partner organisations in Uganda: then Justice and Peace Commission, Archdiocese of Gulu, the Kotido Peace Initiative, and Acholi Religious Leaders' Peace Initiative.
Organisation overview: PRIO conducts academic research and analysis on peace and conflict worldwide.
Work in Uganda: PRIO has run a range of research and projects on Uganda.
Organisation overview: Saferworld is an independent international organisation working to prevent violent conflict and build safer lives.
Work in Uganda: Saferworld's main focus in Uganda is on supporting civil society involvement in conflict prevention and security provision, conflict-sensitive approaches to development, and advocating stronger national and regional controls on small arms and light weapons.
Organisation overview: SFCG partners with people around the world to resolve conflict. It works to build sustainable peace through three main avenues: dialogue, media, and community.
Work in Uganda: SCFG works local partners to prevent future conflicts and enhance peace and reconciliation in Uganda.
Organisation overview: The Small Arms Survey serves as the principal international source of public information on all aspects of small arms and armed violence.
Work in Uganda: The Small Arms Survey has a range of publications, reports and documents on SALW in Uganda.
Organisation overview: Transparency International is a global movement seeking to fight corruption and bribery, conducting research and advocating change.
Work in Uganda: Uganda ranks 142/175 in TI's Corruption Perceptions Index.
Organisation overview: WomanKind Worldwide aims to end violence against women and increase their participation and voice.
Work in Uganda: Womankind's Uganda partners work to train cultural and religious leaders on issues related to violence against women, highlighting the gaps in their involvement in the Peace, Recovery and Development Plan for Northern Uganda.