Tradition in Transition: Customary Authority in Karamoja, Uganda

Carlson, Khristopher
Proctor, Keith
Stites, Elizabeth
Akabwai, Darlington
2012-11-01

Customary authority in the Karamoja region of Uganda has undergone profound shifts in parallel to the changing livelihoods and security conditions in the region over the past several decades. This study, funded by Irish Aid Kampala, examines the evolution of customary authority among four population groups, the Jie, Dodoth, Matheniko and Tepeth. Overall the study finds that customary ... read more

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Karamoja Province (Uganda)
Customary law
Economies and societies in transition
Uganda
Feinstein International Center
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