Hello Comrades, A few months ago with permission from the Albert Einstein Institution, we embarked on translating Gene Sharp’s “From Dictatorship to Democracy” to Luganda one of Uganda’s local languages. We are excited to inform you that we concluded the translation and it is now available with us. While Nonviolent resistance has been widely practiced […]
For many years, corruption has noticeably skyrocketed in various public institutions and offices in Uganda. According to a 2018 Transparency International report, Uganda is ranked the 149th least-corrupt country in the world despite claims of curbing the vice by the government. President Museveni announced a policy of zero-tolerance for corruption in 2006 but it has […]
Friends and comrades, The past decade building power with you has been the privilege of a lifetime. I remember the subversive conversations we had as university students, long before systematic political change even felt possible. With the years to follow — in the forests of Amuru, the mountains of Benet, the hills of Tooro, the […]
The Albertine region is famous for the oil discovered in the region a couple of years ago. The Albertine region is made up of several districts that include Buliisa, Kasese, Masindi, Kanungu, Rukungiri, Hoima, Kagadi and Ntoroko. While the oil discovery would be a source of economic growth and development for the region, it hasn’t […]
Stella Nyanzi refuses to let Ugandan women be spectators in the struggle to end a 30-year dictatorship.