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What does ARLPI stand for?

ARLPI stands for Acholi Religious Leaders Peace Initiative (Uganda)


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6) The peace process gained further momentum when religious leaders from the north, under the umbrella of the Acholi Religious Leaders Peace Initiative (ARLPI), (7) rallied the country to support the peace negotiations and called for unity between the north and south to avert the conflict.
Museveni trashed the 1985 Nairobi Peace Agreement and called it a peace joke, scuttled the 1994 Bigombe I peace initiative, in March 2003 bombarded the bush venue for a meeting to talk peace between the LRA and the Acholi Religious Leaders Peace Initiative, attacked the LRA delegation when it was returning to consult with their leaders during a peace negotiation between Ambassador Ocwet and the LRA in early 2004, attacked the LRA delegation on their way to consult with their leaders leading to the collapse of the Bigombe II peace initiative, undermined the Juba peace talks by carrying out parallel negotiations between Kampala and Garamba, using Colonel Ochora, Gulu LC5 Mao, Oulanya and Owiny Dollo.
Museveni trashed the 1985 Nairobi Peace Agreement and called it a peace joke, scuttled the 1994 Bigombe I peace initiative, in March 2003 bombarded the bush venue for a meeting to talk peace between the LRA and the Acholi Religious Leaders Peace Initiative, attacked the LRA delegation when it was returning to consult with their leaders during a peace negotiation between Ambassador Ocwet and the LRA in early 2004, attacked the LRA delegation on their way to consult with their leaders leading to the collapse of the Bigombe II peace initiative, undermined the Juba peace talks by carrying out parallel negotiations between Kampala and Garamba, using Colonel Ochora, Gulu LC5 Mao, Oulanya and Owiny Dollo.
During the period covered by this report, several religious alliances, including the Acholi Religious Leaders Peace Initiative, Inter-Religious Council of Uganda, Religious Efforts for Teso and Karamoja, and the Inter-Religious Program, continued efforts to ease religious tensions and find lasting solutions to civil unrest and the insurgency in the northern part of the country.
Museveni trashed the 1985 Nairobi Peace Agreement and called it a peace joke, scuttled the 1994 Bigombe I peace initiative, in March 2003 bombarded the bush venue for a meeting to talk peace between the LRA and the Acholi Religious Leaders Peace Initiative, attacked the LRA delegation when it was returning to consult with their leaders during a peace negotiation between Ambassador Ocwet and the LRA in early 2004, attacked the LRA delegation on their way to consult with their leaders leading to the collapse of the Bigombe II peace initiative, undermined the Juba peace talks by carrying out parallel negotiations between Kampala and Garamba, using Colonel Ochora, Gulu LC5 Mao, Oulanya and Owiny Dollo.
During the period covered by this report, several religious alliances, including the Acholi Religious Leaders Peace Initiative, Inter-Religious Council of Uganda, Religious Efforts for Teso and Karamoja, and the Inter-Religious Program, continued efforts to ease religious tensions and find lasting solutions to civil unrest and the insurgency in the northern part of the country.
Museveni trashed the 1985 Nairobi Peace Agreement and called it a peace joke, scuttled the 1994 Bigombe I peace initiative, in March 2003 bombarded the bush venue for a meeting to talk peace between the LRA and the Acholi Religious Leaders Peace Initiative, attacked the LRA delegation when it was returning to consult with their leaders during a peace negotiation between Ambassador Ocwet and the LRA in early 2004, attacked the LRA delegation on their way to consult with their leaders leading to the collapse of the Bigombe II peace initiative, undermined the Juba peace talks by carrying out parallel negotiations between Kampala and Garamba, using Colonel Ochora, Gulu LC5 Mao, Oulanya and Owiny Dollo.