||Uganda: Reconciliation builds lasting peace
Kitgum, 30 August 2012 – In accompanying, serving and advocating the rights of refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs), Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) uses multiple approaches. Reconciling communities, in view of laying a foundation for lasting peace in post war-torn communities, underlies such approaches. In Kitgum, northern Uganda, such reconciliation largely took the form of engaging communities and individuals in active faith, building just relationships, and promoting forgiveness.
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