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Our Programs

JAP`s current work propels around four core programs namely;

1. Atrocity prevention Programme

This entails upstream, midstream and downstream interventions aimed at preventing break-out, escalation, continuation and recurrence of violent conflicts and the perpetration of atrocity crimes. The strategies employed includes capacity building, awareness-raising, research and documentation, utilization of regional and international mechanisms, and coalition-building.

 

2. Preventing and countering violent Extremism Programme

This includes a series of interventions aimed at supporting the state to actualize the UN Plan of Action against Violent Extremism. The strategies employed includes capacity building, awareness-raising, research and documentation, utilization of regional and international mechanisms, and coalition-building.

 

3. Statelessness prevention

This includes interventions aimed at prevention of statelessness in Uganda in concert with the Global action Plan to End statelessness: 2014-2024. The strategies employed includes capacity building, awareness-raising, research and documentation, utilization of regional and international mechanisms, and coalition-building.

 

4. Hate/Dangerous speech prevention

This entails a series of interventions geared to monitoring, preventing and countering hate/dangerous speech in the difference media. The strategies employed includes capacity building, awareness-raising, research and documentation, utilization of regional and international mechanisms, and coalition-building.

The target groups


The targeted groups for JAP are victims of atrocity crimes, violent Extremism, Statelessness, Hate/Dangerous speech; Civil Society Organizations , Ministry Departments and Agencies, Security agencies, media, students, local authorities among others.