Skip to main content
Getting to Peace? Negotiating with the LRA in Northern Uganda
Human Rights Review (2009)
  • Joanna R. Quinn, Western University
Getting to peace is not a straightforward process. In Uganda, internal conflict has raged for more than 20 years between the Government and the Lord’s Resistance Army. The construction of a comprehensive negotiated settlement is at the mercy of conflicting ideologies and influences at the international, national and grassroots levels. This paper examines the Juba peace talks, the major actors in the negotiation process, and tension between prosecution and amnesty.
  • peace,
  • conflict,
  • Uganda government,
  • Lord's Resistance Army
Publication Date
March, 2009
Citation Information
Joanna R. Quinn. "Getting to Peace? Negotiating with the LRA in Northern Uganda" Human Rights Review Vol. 10 Iss. 1 (2009) p. 55 - 71 ISSN: 1524 8879
Available at: