Once again, we are excited to introduce the second issue of the Journal of African Democracy and Democracy which is proudly brought in partnership with the University Forum on Governance (UNIFOG).
This country report by Leonie Staas and Donnas Ojok gives reflective thoughts and policy recommendations on how Ugandan women can be empowered to successfully engage in entrepreneurial activities.
Since decades the region of the East African Community (EAC) deals with massive forced migration and still Uganda remains remarkable liberal in its refugee policies. The “Young Leaders Think Tank" met for a conclusive meeting in 2016.
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.
Harmonising the refugee policy for East African Community
A more inclussive and gender aware media
|Nov. 22 - 30
Jinja, Masaka, Mbarara and Lira to carry out the pilot Grassroots training
|Nov. 19 - 29
Mentoring the Next Generation of Ugandan Journalists
In recognition of the need to generate new ideas and knowledge and promote conversations on democracy and development in Africa, we are happy to continue our partnership with the University Forum on Governance (UNIFOG) in order [...]
Enabling women to start up their own businesses and to create employment would bring major benefits to the country, turning Ugandan women into a strong asset. Acknowledging the role of women entrepreneurs in private sector [...]
CONCLUSIVE ROUNDTABLE OF THE “YOUNG LEADERS THINK TANK”
Since decades the region of the East African Community (EAC) deals with massive forced migration and still countries like Uganda remain remarkable liberal in their refugee policies. The “Young Leaders Think Tank on Policy [...]