Thank You Message to the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Uganda on Securing Refugee-Host Relations in Northern Uganda
Download PDF Version Editor’s Note: This message was modified from Refugee Law Project’s message published on May 29, 2019. On Saturday 27 April 2019, Refugee Law Project (RLP) joined the citizens of the Netherlands living in Uganda and elsewhere in celebrating King’s Day. This important national holiday in the Netherlands marks the birth in 1885 of
Extending the Welcome: long-term approaches to supporting refugees and at-risk scholars in higher education
The 2-day in-depth and insightful symposium brought a blend of academics, practitioners, and policy makers including diplomats with a wealth of experience on current initiatives on the provision of Online Distance Learning (ODL) programmes to people forcefully displaced – including at-risk scholars unable to continue going about their routine academic work including.
Dear Reader, Warm greetings to you! Following a successfully 2018 and a short break to recuperate from a yearlong busy and rigorous oversight functions in the implementation of Refugee Law Project’s biggest grant titled “Securing Refugee-Host Relations in northern Uganda through Enhanced Protection”, I’m pleased to (re)connect to you in 2019 and fingers crossed that it will
Editor’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 understanding
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published by SOAS Radio on June 16, 2017. Dear Friends and Colleagues, Greetings from SOAS Radio. As you’re possibly aware, June 20 is World Refugee Day. On this day, we honor the courage, determination, and resilience of refugees as they flee from conflicts, violence and persecutions from their homelands. Ahead of