Workshop

Learning from Rwanda, exposing the threat of genocide in Northern Uganda

Partner: HURINET

April 7, 2004 will mark a decade since the beginning of the Rwandan genocide. However in Northern Uganda, the conflict has lasted the better part of seventeen years and continues unabated.

Details

Foundation for African Development (FAD)

in conjunction with

Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAF)

PUBLIC DIALOGUE PROGRAMME

“Putting first things first: A review of the Constitutional Review Commission (CRC) Report and the relevant Recommendations on the Transition”

Day/Date:Thursday, 20th May, 2004

Venue:Christ the King Community Hall – Kampala

Time:1.45 p.m. – 5.30 p.m.

Target :100:Civil Society Organisations, Diplomats, Members of Parliament

Thursday, 20th May, 2004

1.45 p.m.: Arrival and Registration of participants

Chairperson:

2.00 p.m. :Welcoming address

by:Mr. Vincent Kiwanuka Kalimire,

Ag. Administrator,

Foundation for African Development FAD.

2.30 p.m. :Presentation on:

“Putting first things first: A review of the Constitutional Review Commission (CRC) Report and the relevant Recommendations for the Transition”

Presenter 1:Prof. Frederick Jjuuko,

Faculty of Law,

Makerere University, Kampala.

3.30 p.m.:Presenter 2:Mr. Raphael Baku,

Director,

National Resistance Movement Secretariat.

4.30 p.m. :Question and Answer

5.00 p.m.:Official Closing

by:Mr. Wolfgang Hilberer,

Resident Representative,

Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAF).

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Venue

Kampala, Uganda

Contact

Wolfgang Hilberer

Partner

Provided by

Uganda Office