Hits: 1248 Editor’s Note: This message below was published by Refugee Law Project on Friday, 8 February 2019 at 18:37hrs. Dear Friends and Colleagues, After several months of research and consultation, we are pleased to share the long-awaited Training Manual and its User Guide on Refugee Rights and Protection, and once again thank all our
Hits: 22 Download PDF Copy Dear Reader, In few days, Uganda will celebrate its 56th Independence Day. As a patriotic citizen, I will wear Uganda Cranes’ training sleeveless jersey and join one of the colourful events [don’t ask me why sleeveless]. For school-going children and civil servants, it’s certainly a day to enjoy the public holiday
As a nation steering towards a middle-income economy, and with emphasis on embracing Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) in its development, it is high time we heightened our emphasis, practices, and advocacy on rigour and basic curiosity on issues of interest to us – the Internet and consultation with colleagues and friends, including access to written resources is a major entry point.
Hits: 67Editor’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