African Youth Initiative Network
AYINET - Uganda
AYINET is Committed to Making Peace and Justice a Reality for Victims and Survivors of War
Victor OCHEN and AYINET are the joint nominees for the Nobel Peace prize 2015
Victims Voices for Justice
"ICC will deliver Justice to LRA war victims,"
said Ms. Fatou Bensouda, the Chief Prosecutor ICC
International criminal justice needs to do more than carry out criminal trials
The African Regional Youth Summit has opened in Lira, Northern Uganda with a call for youth in Africa to embrace peace as they struggle with contemporary legacies of slavery, colonialism; and the civil wars. Read more
AYINET has provided medical and psychosocial rehabilitation to over 5,000 direct victims
Public understanding and ownership as well as Victims' participation is key to the success of transitional justice: " As victims we are ready to participate "
Engaging the Youth in Understanding Law as a Tool for Human Rights
What is MICC?
Model International Criminal Court (MICC) is a simulation of the International Criminal Court,
Communities with credible leadership that represents the culture of human rights.
AYINET is committed to partnerships at all levels aimed at creating new horizons for sustainable peace and justice
To mobilize and empower the youth and communities in promoting healthy, peaceful and just society.
1. Providing Medical and Psychosocial Rehabilitation as a Form of Remedy for War Victims
2. Empowering Victims for Active Participation in Transitional Justice
3. Engaging and Empowering Youth as Leaders, Youth at Risk and Youth as Game Changers
AYINET hosts the War Victims Conference in Uganda, 28-30 May 2014
Thoughts on Ebola in a post-conflict community
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16th April 2015
Topic: Conflict mitigation and Peace building
Venue: Ayami village, Apuche parish, Aromo subcounty, Lira district
26 year old Nancy Auma, is one of 574 beneficiaries men, women and children who have benefited from free reconstructive surgery, medical rehabilitation as well as counseling under the United Nations' Peace Building Programme (PBP) for Northern Uganda, which has enabled her to lead a normal life.
The African Youth Initiative Network (AYINET) with support from USAID, through Supporting Access to Justice, Fostering Equity and Peace (SAFE), came up with a project of “Engaging and Empowering Youth as Leaders; Youth at Risk; and Youth as Game Changers for Peace and Reconciliation.”
The project is youth-specific approaches to post-war conflict transformation, reconciliation and peace building. Read More
Uganda’s President YK Museveni and the United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon played football organized by AYINET to mobilize support and solidarity for the Victims of War; during the ICC review conference in Kampala; May 2010.
...“I express my deep respect to victims and survivors of crimes who experienced unspeakable atrocities. Instead of being crushed by war, you struggled and regained your dignity. Above all, your efforts in helping other people regain their dignity too. Mutually, the time is now we have to stand up in solidarity and protect the human rights for all. I want to thank the African Youth Initiative Network (AYINET) for organizing this memorable War Victims Football Match, they created opportunity for all of us to stand up and support victims of war”
United Nations Secretary General
...“Collectively, our solidarity with war victims’ world-over.
I wish to applaud the African Youth Initiative Network- AYINET, for hosting the War Victims Day Football Game. Football has brought us together today. World leaders, ICC State Delegates, War Victims and all people of good will for the noble cause. As we participate, each in our unique ways, we have the opportunity to identify with our brothers and sisters whose lives have regrettably not only been affected, but also defined by war and other cowardly acts of terrorism and crimes against humanity. Together with the United Nations, we in The Republic of Uganda express our solidarity with war victims”
President of Uganda
H.E Y.K Museveni