This paper explores land ownership and land use conflict management in Uganda. The author builds an argument that supports the view that proper management of land ownership and Land use is vital for managing emerging conflicts. It highlights land ownership and Reform in Uganda focusing on a historical perspective. The author further focuses on Land related conflicts in Uganda. Specific attention is put on the progress towards land reform and sustainable use. The last part of the discussion ends with fostering sustainable land ownership conflict management. Recommendations aimed at creating sustainable peace in land ownership and land use in Uganda are also brought forward.