(The Guardian) – In a small hut in an isolated village in northern Uganda, 10 men sat together in a circle drawing pictures. All former child soldiers, they had been given colouring pencils and paper and were asked to draw a time when they had to do something difficult. The first volunteer to share his picture sat directly opposite art therapist David Taransaud. “What he had drawn was a very big cooking pot, and inside there were arms and legs, and someone’s head being cooked; and on the pot he had written LRA, the Lord’s Resistance Army.”