COVID-19: A threat to democracy?

COVID-19: A threat to democracy?

The COVID-19 pandemic is not only wrecking public health systems, global economies but also…

Mwesigye Godfrey May 19, 2020
Coronavirus outbreak: What are the socio-economic implications to Uganda and the world?

Coronavirus outbreak: What are the socio-economic implications to Uganda and the world?

By Prosper Mubangizi In the wake of the outbreak of the COVID-19 also known…

Mwesigye Godfrey March 17, 2020
Ugan­da’s new cur­ricu­lum for Lower Sec­ondary: Will it meet learn­ers’ skill needs?

Ugan­da’s new cur­ricu­lum for Lower Sec­ondary: Will it meet learn­ers’ skill needs?

By Allen Mutesi The gov­ern­ment rolled out the new lower sec­ondary ed­u­ca­tion cur­ricu­lum in…

Mwesigye Godfrey March 12, 2020
Nwoya District: A sorry case of child marriages and teenage pregnancies

Nwoya District: A sorry case of child marriages and teenage pregnancies

Child marriage is a major violation of girl’s human rights as it denies young…

Rachel Kibirigi June 18, 2019
Inclusion and Protection of Refugee Rights: A case of Uganda

Inclusion and Protection of Refugee Rights: A case of Uganda

Uganda continues to be the largest refugee hosting country in Africa with nearly 1.45…

Rachel Kibirigi June 14, 2019
The externalization of labour bill: Why Uganda needs to embrace but regulate the labour export industry

The externalization of labour bill: Why Uganda needs to embrace but regulate the labour export industry

On the 28th of February, 2019, Hon. Arinaitwe Katambuka Rwakajara moved a motion seeking…

Prosper Mubangizi June 5, 2019

Everybody is a potential refugee: Why we must uphold Refugee Rights

We should not only tolerate strangers but also love them. Refugees are just like…

Mwesigye Godfrey May 7, 2019
The state of human rights in Uganda: A question of law interpretation or predetermined violations?

The state of human rights in Uganda: A question of law interpretation or predetermined violations?

Human rights can’t wait! Without them, there is no freedom… there is no liberty….

Mwesigye Godfrey May 4, 2019
Why don’t we look at impairment as a matter of diversity and not disability?

Why don’t we look at impairment as a matter of diversity and not disability?

Disability is defined by the United Nations Convention on the Rights of People with…

Prosper Mubangizi May 4, 2019
Agriculture: Uganda's Key to Sustainable Growth and Development

Agriculture: Uganda's Key to Sustainable Growth and Development

As per routine, the first light of day finds my mother, an ordinary farmer,…

cepa_admin April 4, 2019
The Dilemma of national dialogue as a means through which Uganda can realise the political change it aspires for.

The Dilemma of national dialogue as a means through which Uganda can realise the political change it aspires for.

BY TIMOTHY CHEMONGES For long I had been a strong supporter for a national…

Reagan Wamajji November 23, 2018
Does Money Protect Women from Societal Oppression?

Does Money Protect Women from Societal Oppression?

Does Money Protect Women from Societal Oppression? By Eshban Kwesiga Does money protect women…

Reagan Wamajji September 21, 2018