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Interview with Prudence Nyamishana 'on combating online violence against women'

What can a woman in her individual capacity do to ensure digital security? What is the cost of women not being online? How do we ensure there is a total end to violence against women online? The answers for the these questions among others you can read in the Interview with Prudence Nyamishana (blogger and author at Global Voices).

Street talk: How do we ensure digital security and women’s online safety?

The opinions of Patricia Nyasuna (Programme Officer, Gender and ICT, Women of Uganda Network), Stella Byaruhanga (Lecturer, Faculty of ICT, Makerere University), Rachel Namande (ICT Expert and Women Rights Activist) and Silver Muhindo (ICT Support Engineer, Vision Group) are printed on this publication.

The internet and its role in advancing women and girls rights

Social media create a important platform for women and girls to share their experiences; such as sexual harassment, domestic violence and workplace harassment.

Fighting online abuse shouldn’t be up to the victims and or survivors

A victim of online abuse talks about her torture. How and who can fight against Online abuse is explained in the article.

Online Harassment in Focus: the Devastating Effects on Survivors

Impact, support, recovery, advice and prevention for victims of online abuse

Why online violence against women is persistent in Uganda despite existing laws and policies

"The law on online communication is not explicit on harassment" – Bill Ndyamuhaki, Cybercrime Investigator at the Uganda Police Force.

What’s in it for SMEs? Rethinking small business taxation

This paper focuses on one of the most binding constraints on MSMEs with a strong potential for growth: the high perceived tax burden and associated compliance costs.

Combating Online Violence against Women and Girls

ARISE Magazine, Issue 67

Together with our Partner ACFODE (Action for Development) we published the ARISE Magazine, a Women's Development Magazine. This issue deals with Combating Online Violence against Women and Girls.

Behind the Scenes of Uganda’s Refugee Policy

A Field Report from Rhino Refugee Settlement

In a visit to Rhino Refugee Settlement, KAS and Hon. Andreas Lämmel had the opportunity to gather first-hand insights into Uganda’s globally applauded refugee policy. Despite huge numbers and restricted resources, the international laudatio seems justified with thorough organisational structures in place. A field report.

‘’Your Smell Can Tell if You Belong to Africa’s Rising Middle Class’’ – James Muriuki

On 16th Aug 2019, the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung partnered with Goethe-Zentrum Kampala to organized a public symposium to discuss the current status and nature of the rising middle class in Uganda. The symposium was one of the series of artistic projects curated as part of the Future Africa Vision in Time (FAVT) Exhibition.

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Country Reports

Short political reports of the KAS offices abroad

The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung is a political foundation. Our offices abroad are in charge of over 200 projects in more than 120 countries. The country reports offer current analyses, exclusive evaluations, background information and forecasts - provided by our international staff.

Event Reports

The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, its educational institutions, centres and foreign offices, offer several thousand events on various subjects each year. We provide up to date and exclusive reports on selected conferences, events and symposia at In addition to a summary of the contents, you can also find additional material such as pictures, speeches, videos or audio clips.


A Women’s Development Magazine

ARISE magazine features varying issues around women and development in Uganda. Whether women wearing uniform, working as farmers, or holding political offices: We review the trends and challenges women face in Uganda. The magazine has been published in cooperation with Action for Development since 1990.

Reality Check

The series analyses developmental challenges in the political, social and economic sphere in Uganda. The editions examine hot topics of the daily political agenda and undertake a rigorous reality check. Reality Check is published in cooperation with Centre for Development Alternatives.

Economic Policy Paper Series

We examine economic issues in Uganda through a policy lens: Which way for Uganda's economic development? Which obstacles does the country face? And how can political players set the course for economic growth? This series crafts policy papers to inform and inspire debates around economic progress in Uganda. The Economic Policy Paper Series is published in cooperation with Centre for Development Alternatives. 

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