Examining the A­‐D‐R‐tistry of Land Dispute Mediators in Northern Uganda

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Land wrangles are astoninshingly common in Uganda today, with disputes over customary land – recent studies show – on the rise.

NGOs and community actors have begun offering Alternative Dispute Resolution [ADR] services, and the gravity and significance of this daily work cannot be overstated. Yet most land dispute mediations in Uganda today go unrecorded and unanalyzed as to the their procedural justice, effectiveness, and compliance to applicable laws.

This study seeks to fill this gap in order to help improve the quality and impact of local ADR service delivery.