About Us

Established in 2009, IPEACE UGANDA is the Inter-Religious Council of Uganda (IRCU) Peace and Leadership Training Institute. It was established during the National Conference on Sustainable National Reconciliation, Justice, and Peace. This institute’s primary objective is to empower religious leaders and other stakeholders to apply faith-based approaches in building sustainable peace and promoting social transformation.

The Inter-Religious Council of Uganda (IRCU) is a national faith-based organization that unites religious institutions to collectively address common concerns. Its core focus includes the promotion of peace, conflict transformation, sustainable human development, and network development among religious leaders, communities, women, and youth. Member organizations of IRCU include the Roman Catholic Church in Uganda, Church of Uganda, Uganda Orthodox Church, Uganda Muslim Supreme Council, Seventh-day Adventist Uganda Union, Born Again Faith and APE.

IRCU is affiliated with Religions for Peace International in New York and the African Council of Religious Leaders (ACRL) in Nairobi, Kenya.

Why the Institute:

In a world marked by constant change and evolving challenges, the call for visionary leadership and unwavering faith has never been more profound. At the IRCU Peace and Leadership Institute (IPEACE UGANDA), we embark on a remarkable journey of transformation and empowerment, one that seeks to empower individuals through faith and leadership, lighting the path toward a brighter future for Uganda.

Empowerment through Faith and Leadership

Our mission is clear: to cultivate compassionate and capable leaders who will serve as the guiding beacons of hope for Uganda. We believe that true empowerment is born when faith intersects with leadership, creating a powerful synergy that propels individuals to their highest potential.

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