Jackson Odong is a development and social justice activist-academic, a peacebuilding and transitional justice practitioner and consultant with strong expertise in forced migration, conflict analysis and post-war development. Jackson has a personal vision and track-record of working towards genuine reconciliation and justice for all. He works with the Refugee Law Project, School of Law, Makerere University particularly doing documentation, research and advocacy broadly on Conflict, Transitional Justice and Governance. He received his MA in Development Studies Major in Human Rights, Gender, Conflict and Peace Studies at International Institute of Social Studies, Erasmus University. Currently, Jackson is Programme Manager for Conflict, Transitional Justice and Governance Programme as well as Centre Manager for the National Memory and Peace Documentation Centre (NMPDC), an initiative of the Refugee Law Project and Kitgum District Local Government. His current research interest includes memory and memorialisation, media, gender, human rights, transitional justice, and youth empowerment.