Nelson Adebo Abiti is head curator as well as the curator of ethnography and history at the Uganda National Museum. He holds an MA from the University of East Anglia (2015), received his Bachelor’s degree from Makerere University (2003) and studied for a Diploma in Museums and Heritage Studies at the University of Western Cape, South Africa. He is also a PhD student of History from the same university. Abiti has implemented projects in northern Uganda by working with communities on preserving regional memories to promote peace and reconciliation. (From 2010 to 2013, Abiti headed a team of Uganda National Museum staff and Norwegian partners, who collaborated with several communities in northern Uganda to preserve and present the regional memory and, thereby, promote peace and reconciliation following a long civil war.) The result of this cooperation was an exhibition entitled Road to Reconciliation. Moreover, Abiti has been a core team member of the cooperation project between the Uganda National Museum, Igongo Cultural Centre and Ethnographic Museum at the University of Zurich, which jointly curated exhibitions in Uganda and Switzerland since 2015. Abiti recently co-curated the exhibition project of ‘Unseen Archive of Idi Amin’ with the University of Michigan and University of Western Australia.