Uganda Religion Conflict
Which religious conflict did you research?
Which religions are involved in this specific conflict?
Christians and Islam
Where did this conflict take place? (region, country, or countries)
The Great Lakes region.
What are the dominant religions in this region or country? Why might this be?
What are the characteristics of the place where the conflict is taking place (social issues, economic problems, or political unrest)?
Economy: Uganda is vulnerable to changes in the world price of coffee, its main export earner. Oil discoveries have boosted prospects.
Poverty and disease are linked problems in Uganda that are compounded by poor sanitation, unclean water, and inadequate
How and when did the conflict begin?
In the 1970s and 1980s Uganda was notorious for its human rights abuses, first during the military dictatorship of Idi Amin from 1971-79 and then after the return to power of Milton Obote, who had been ousted by Amin using What is the basis of the conflict? What is causing tension between these groups?
Civil war. They rapping girl forcing them to marry other boys and forcing to do an act of torture to their own family
Have attempts been made to make peace? Explain what has happened.
The re-entry of LRA into the Ugandan conflict marked the new beginning for the struggle between Kony’s LRA and Museveni’s NRM, culminating in the Nairobi Peace process that also collapsed when LRA realized that NRM had military backup from Libya. This realization ignited a contracted battle between Kony and Museveni as individuals, and LRA and NRM as organizations. It therefore became difficult to separate personalities from positions from the onset of this conflict, which further complicates the conflict, but did not stop further attempts for a peaceful resolution.
Have others (ones not involved in the conflict) tried to help bring about a truce? Why?
yes others countries had try to bring peace to Uganda.
What is the prospect for peace? Is this conflict likely to continue? Explain your reasoning.
yes the conflict continue because they have not reach the peace.