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Northern Region

Communities that have faced land injustices in Northern region of Uganda have been perpetrated by individuals and groups hiding behind security forces who directly or indirectly enforce human rights violations on the locals. Read more about what these communities are doing to wage against this oppression...

Eastern Region

Land injustices in the Eastern region of Uganda have mostly been orchestrated by government agencies directly or indirectly through national and International 'developers'. The government continues to violently evict these communities due to the spontaneous gazzetment of their land.

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Western Region

The oil discovery in the Albertine region has had one of the most volatile effects on the communities. Many locals have lost their homes, property and others have been killed in violent massive evictions by the government security offices in pretext of increasing the country's income through the exploitation. This has been done without any resettlement or compensation from the time of discovery of the natural resource...

Central Region

The central region has been invaded by the so-called 'developers' also known as investors, who have been claiming to develop communities while encroaching on the local’s land. The local people in these areas have neither been consulted nor compensated and worse still have been subjected to a lot of torture from perpetrators who have used the police to abduct them, arrest, and even destroy their property...

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