The effects of violent conflict and displacement on citizen engagement: a case study from Northern Uganda

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Oosterom, Marjoke Anika;
  • Subject: HT0051 | DT0433.2 | U021

This thesis aims to contribute to an understanding of how citizenship is constructed, sensed and practiced by people who have experienced violent conflict and displacement. In the Acholi region of Uganda, the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) created large-scale insecurity a... View more
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