Uganda’s Independence: 58 years later!

Uganda’s Independence: 58 years later!

By Barungi Ayesigye On October 27, 2020

On 9th October 2020, Uganda celebrated its 58th independence, marking yet another error of a political dispensation of continued sovereignty. Behind the imaginations of the architects of independence was a promise to attain independence from colonial rule and be a...

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The need for e-learning governance

The need for e-learning governance

By Judith Flavia Nakirijja On October 27, 2020

E-learning in higher education learning institutions in the post Covid-19 era in Uganda Higher institutions of learning world over have been blending e-learning with traditional face-to-face methods of instruction following the growth and improvement in information and communication technology (ICT)....

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Her Voice Matters!!! Towards an Empowered Girl Child.

Her Voice Matters!!! Towards an Empowered Girl Child.

By Harriet Kamashanyu On October 11, 2020

On the International Day of the Girl (11 October), we join UN Women to celebrate girls everywhere as they inspire, break boundaries and take charge of their own future. In 1995, the fourth World Conference on Women made history for...

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Towards a domestic violence free state.

Towards a domestic violence free state.

By Jacintah Akino On October 5, 2020

On 2nd August 2020, Uganda woke up to the sad news of the regrettable passing of Ms. Violet Kakai (RIP) who was hacked to death by her estranged husband. Many more other women in various parts of Uganda have been victims...

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The Impact of fake news on the spread of COVID-19 in Africa

The Impact of fake news on the spread of COVID-19 in Africa

By Daniel Bill Opio On August 3, 2020

The Outbreak of the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic around the world has forced many governments and individuals to reconsider their stance against information dissemination especially on the internet. It has been argued by some of the scholars that the...

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Modern Slavery: The role of Uganda's laws and policies in the protection of women from trafficking.

Modern Slavery: The role of Uganda's laws and policies in the protection of women from trafficking.

By Jacintah Akino On July 15, 2020

In the wake of increased globalization, women travelling out of Uganda in pursuit of better employment has become a common trend. One would argue that the rights to free movement, liberty, right to work, and all other human rights are...

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The Role of Higher Learning Institutions in meeting social challenges. Why the quality of education matters

The Role of Higher Learning Institutions in meeting social challenges. Why the quality of education matters

By Barungi Ayesigye On May 14, 2020

  As the global public health shock of COVID 19 continues to impact negatively on countries worldwide, governments, institutions and businesses globally have had to back track their efforts, plans and priorities with financial budgets having to be realigned to...

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Public policy and Human rights: How human rights haves affected public policy in Uganda

Public policy and Human rights: How human rights haves affected public policy in Uganda

By Gad Arthur Kisaalu On May 14, 2020

How human rights have affected public policy in Uganda. By Gad A. Kisaalu Human rights in Uganda have taken center stage with several civil society organisations taking on the government for a wide spectrum of rights violation as adopted from...

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