• February 14, 2008
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What does Resolve Uganda do?

We are involved in a variety of activities aimed at helping us reach our target of peace in Uganda. People across the country are taking part in local events and campaigns to get the attention of policymakers. We also have a staff in DC and Uganda lobbying politicians to do all that they can to end this crisis and making sure that the voices of people like you are being heard.

  • February 13, 2008
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What is Resolve Uganda?

Resolve Uganda is the collective effort of citizens concerned about the crisis in northern Uganda to bring the issue to the attention of policymakers. We believe that the awareness and action of our leaders is a prerequisite for long overdue peace in the region and we are uniting our voices to make sure that happens.

  • February 12, 2008
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • February 11, 2008
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Privacy Policy

This is a Web site of Resolve Uganda

Our postal address is:

211 8th St. NE, Studio
Washington DC 20002

To contact us, send an e-mail to the following e-mail address:

  • February 10, 2008
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  • February 9, 2008
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When we act together and speak with one voice, our demands will be heard and our hopes for peace in northern Uganda realized. Join us and help make it happen.

  • February 8, 2008
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Thank you for your interest.

The information you have provided has been added to our contact list. We will keep you updated on future developments.

  • February 7, 2008
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A Massive Demonstration for Peace in Uganda

On Saturday, nearly 100,000 people participated in DisplaceMe, an event organized by Invisible Children that drew attention to the war in northern Uganda and the need for international action to end it. People slept out in the streets of 15 U.S. cities in one of the biggest demonstrations of solidarity with Africa EVER in America's history.

  • February 6, 2008
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Juba Peace Talks Resume Today with

Negotiations between the Ugandan government and LRA have reopened today in Juba after three months of hiatus. The chief mediator for the talks, south Sudan's Vice-President Riek Machar said he is confident that things will be better this time. "The leadership of the LRA recommitted his organisation to the peace process. The Ugandan government also committed itself for the peace talks so I think there is more optimism, there is seriousness in the current peace talks," March said.

  • February 5, 2008
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UN Special Envoy Chissano Urges LRA and Govt.: “Don’t Lose this Opportunity”

At the resumption of peace talks today, UN special envoy Joaquim Chissano urged the two delegations to seize the chance of the resumed talks and reach a peace agreement. "Don