Events - Foundation Office Uganda and South Sudan
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Political Ideology in Uganda
Necessary, relevant, misunderstood?
The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung organises a public discussion on the issue of ideology in the Ugandan context. The event will take place on 16 July, 2:00 pm, at Hotel Africana. There will be a short presentation by Dr. Simba to introduce the subject.
The City is our Space!
Challenges and possibilities of cities as social and democratic spaces
The LaBa! Arts Festival and KAS will host a common panel discussion on the theme “The City is our Space - Challenges and possibilities of cities as social and democratic spaces”, followed by a showing of the movie "Kapeke Town".
Political Ideology and the Ugandan Context
The workshop will give politically active Ugandan youth the possibility to learn about the issue of political ideologies and discuss if Uganda needs an ideological framework and what this could look like, or if it should rather focus on contents.
Creating an Enabling Environment for Professional Journalism in Uganda
The Role of Media Owners and Managers
The conference organised by the Uganda Media Development Foundation (UMDF) and the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung will bring together media owners and journalists, who discuss how an enabling work environment for the latter can be provided by the former.
Challenges, Opportunities, and Prospects for Sustainable Economic Transformation
The lecture is a platform for examining Uganda’s prospects for sustained economic transformation in the face of newly emerging challenges. It will be given by Prof. Charles Kwesiga, Executive Director of the Uganda Industrial Research Institute.
Launch of IYOP Communiqué on Youth and Development in Uganda
The Interparty Youth Platform (IYOP) launches its communiqué from the first Interparty Youth Conference held in July 2013. It states the key policy directions proposed by young people concerning the topics that have the biggest impact on the youth.
“Education for All or Education for Success: Two Mutually Exclusive Options?”
Inter-party Public Dialogue
The debate brought together youth representatives of seven political parties, who discussed the issue of education, one of the most central issues affecting youth specifically and national development as a whole.
‘Promoting Leadership Advancement of Young Talents’
Student Leadership Debate at Makerere University
The debate offered young aspirants for student leadership at Makerere University the opportunity to reflect on their qualities and display their talents as future leaders in Ugandan politics, economy, and society.
Capacity Enhancement Sessions for Women in Local Politics, Pallisa District
Women in local councils face many challenges they have to overcome in order to effectively represent their constituents. The workshop brought together 30 female politicians and aimed to strengthen their skills and capacities as local councillors.
ACCESS TO BUSINESS FINANCE: HURDLE OR OPPORTUNITY FOR SMEs IN UGANDA?
Public Lecture by Prof. Emmanuel Tumusiime-Mutebile - Governor of the Uganda Central Bank
The lecture discusses the regulatory framework for SME financing in Uganda. SMEs are indisputably essential for economic transformation but Uganda still lacks specific policies to address their financing and promotion.