Deeply concerned about the psychological impacts of COVID-19 on individuals, their families and communities in general, Uganda Counselling Association in partnership with Sanyuka TV deemed it necessary to dedicate a moment to discuss the associated psychological stress of COVID-19 and the resultant lockdown in Uganda. Hosted by Hatmah Nalugwa Sekaaya during #MorningXpress on 1 April 2020, Uganda Counselling Association was represented by Sarah Kalyowa, a seasoned Counsellor and General Secretary of Uganda Counselling Association.
Hits: 67 Download PDF Version After a traumatic experience with two dentists who had conflicting recommendations for a procedure I’m supposed to undergo – for which I’m yet to seek a third opinion, I decided to reflect on the week in style. It was a Saturday evening after a small get together with colleagues in
This year 2018, under the theme 'Putting People First', the UNHCR Consultation with NGOs took place from 27 - 29 June 2018 at the International Conference Centre Geneva (ICCG). Indeed honoured to have been invited, and to have represented Refugee Law Project in this very important international event.
Hits: 32 Editor’s Note: This post was originally published by Refugee Law Project on Saturday 16 June 2018 at 22:47hrs. For those who missed the statement that RLP published on the Day of the African Child, I urge you to find time to read and reflect on this statement which can be accessed via the
Hits: 41Editor’s Note: This message was originally published by Refugee Law Project on Friday, May 18, 2018. As a staff of Refugee Law Project, I’m delighted to share with you another outstanding production from young Refugee Film-makers, this time from Kiryandongo refugee settlement, Kiryandongo district. Located some 240km from Kampala on the main north-south highway, Kiryandongo is
Hits: 67Editor’s Note: This message was originally published by Refugee Law Project on Wed, May 2, 2018 at 8:52hrs. In an age of supposed globalization, access to platforms intending to promote social change is often denied to the very activists who are driving such change. Generally it is activists and academics from the global south
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Hits: 47Editor’s Note: This post was originally published by Refugee Law Project on March 8, 2018. Click HERE to download the statement. We recently commemorated the International Women’s Day under the themes “Time is Now: Rural and Urban Activists transforming Women’s Lives” (international) “Empowerment of Rural Women and Girls: Challenges and Opportunities” (national). I invite you to read Refugee Law
Hits: 39Editor’s Note: This post was originally published by SOAS Radio on July 26, 2017. Click HERE to download the episode. Dear Listeners, In this episode, SOAS Refugee Forum proudly presents an insightful discussion on Uganda’s Refugee Management Policy in an exclusive interview with Mrs. Charity Ahumuza Onyoin. For researchers, practitioners, human rights defenders, and policy makers interested in
Hits: 54Editor’s Note: This post was originally published by Refugee Law Project on July 10, 2017 I recently found my commitment to tackling conflict-related sexual violence (CRSV) reinvigorated when I took an important trip to Bath College’s New Perspectives exhibition on June 20, 2017 to support a magnificent piece of art on display which illuminates