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SPOKEN WORD POEM ON PEACEFUL ELECTIONS IN UGANDA
Between 1990 and 2015, more than half of the over 300 elections held in Africa were characterized as violent. In this spoken word piece Donnas Ojok explores the context of electoral violence and implores every rightful thinking Africa not to be naïve about the dangers electoral violence pose.
During a public dialogue organized by KAS and the Interparty Youth Platform, youth leaders from all the major political parties in Uganda denounced violence before, during and after the general elections in Feb 2016
During the launch of the eight edition of the successful publication series Reality Check, "Assessing the Impact of Social Media on Political Communication and Civic Engagement in Uganda", a panel of experts explained that social media can and should not replace traditional media.
To the homepage of the office of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) in Uganda. Since its foundation in 1964 the engagement in political education in order to realize peace, freedom and justice as key aspects in consolidating democracy was one of the foundation’s focal areas. This has been the basis of KAS’ work in Uganda for more than three decades.
|Jan. 27 - 28
IYOP Workshop and Public Dialogue
Fully bookedBook Presentation
Launch of Reality Check Vol.9
Policy Approaches and Alternatives
Interparty Youth Statement denouncing violence during the 2016 General Elections
Do young people have a voice in determining the peacefulness or violent tendencies of electoral democracy? Together with our partner, the Interparty Youth Platform (IYOP), we have been working tirelessly to ensure peaceful [...]
KAS launch of reality check on social media and new year reception
On 22 January 2016, KAS Uganda and South Sudan invited its partners and friends to a festive launch of the eight edition of the successful publication series Reality Check. The collection of articles focuses on "Assessing the [...]
on political communication and civi engagement in Uganda
The eighth edition of the KAS publication series “Reality Check” focusses on the topic of the Social Media Conference in July 2015: “Assessing the Impact of Social Media on Political Communication and Civic Engagement”. The [...]