Youth-Led Movement For Hope

and Reconciliation

4 Key things we do

Future Leaders' Conference

The Future Leaders Conference brings together young people of diverse ethnic and religious communities to become change agents for peace and reconciliation. Held over 5 days, it is an intensive program that teaches key leadership skills and develops the capabilities of young people through keynote speakers, panel discussions and workshops. Read more...

Peace Clubs

Peace clubs are a form of peace infrastructure and a practical approach to educating for peace in schools and communities. The participants are all Uganda Unites members who meet to discuss the conflicts they face at school, in their communities and elsewhere. Read more...

School Relation Tours

The School Relations Tour is comprised of the top youth leader volunteers of Uganda Unites travelling across the country and visiting all districts to promote the cause of reconciliation, ethnic harmony and social engagement by young people. Read more...

Reconciliation Centres

Reconciliation Centers are community hubs that engage young people, who are most marginalized and isolated, with effective and relevant education that they need to have successful futures and provide for their families. Read more...

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Uganda Unites is a national youth-led movement that connects youth from different religious and ethnic backgrounds to equip and inspire them with peace building and leadership skills to become agents of change and make their communities better places to live. With more than 10 major conflicts and over half a million deaths since independence, we promote a culture of non-violence and peace among our youth who make up 75% of our population. Read more…

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