ISBN 9789970252213
Pages 492
Dimensions 254 x 178mm
Published 2016
Publisher Fountain Publishers, Uganda
Format Paperback

The Raging Storm

A Reporter's Inside Account of the Northern Uganda War, 1986-2005

by Caroline Lamwaka

The Raging Storm: A Reporter’s Inside Account of the Northern Uganda War, 1986-2005 is a highly personal and inside account of the northern Uganda war by a young woman whose early encounter with the conflict was as an on-the-ground war correspondent. Caroline Lamwaka’s experiences as a war-time journalist inform the narrative, the research and the broader perspective of an academically trained war and peace researcher.  The book examines four phases of the northern Uganda war. These are: the war in Acholi, Lango and Teso; the peace efforts to end the war; the impact of the war; and coping with the impact of insurgency.  Caroline Lamwaka joins other authentic voices examining the northern Uganda war.

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About the Author

Caroline Lamwaka

The late Caroline Lamwaka worked for several years during the first decade of the war as a war correspondent for the government English language newspaper, the New Vision. Even after giving up full-time journalism, she continued to do war-related research and writing - both academic and NGO/policy-oriented, and both in and outside Uganda. Towards the end of February 2006, Caroline was brought from Arua to Lacor Hospital in Gulu, critically ill. She died in Lacor two weeks later, on 5 March. 

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