Church management of internal conflicts in Africa: A case study of northern Uganda conflict (1990-2006)
Kulayigye, Felli C
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The research paper provides analysis into the non official actors in. the management of internal conflicts in Northern Uganda. This is the output of the research work intended for the fulfillment of the requirements of the University of Nairobi for the award of the Post Graduate Diploma in Strategic studies. The research paper discusses the role of the church in conflict management in Africa and specifically focuses on the Lord's Resistance Army conflict in Northern Uganda. The study was conducted on the realization that despite numerous efforts by various actors to manage the conflict it has persisted for over two decades. In spite of the strength of the church in the region there is not sufficient research regarding the role of the church in managing the • conflict. The investigation of the problem therefore sought to provide analysis of the suitability of the church as a conflict manager. This research aims at providing proposal on how the conflict in Northern Uganda can best be managed. It is expected to benefit the Policy makers, the church, security agents and other stake holders seeking to provide solutions to the conflict situation in Northern Uganda .