SOLIDARITY UGANDA AWARDS

Each year, Solidarity Uganda awards strategic, courageous, and progressive members of society for their contributions toward social and political change. There are two awards. The first is the Activist of the Year Award, given to an activist in Uganda for front line work on liberating Uganda from the grip of oppression. The second is the […]

Prospects for revolution in Africa’s 54 countries

An overview of the current political situation in 54 African countries shows that many movements are making gains in the struggle against authoritarianism. This article was written by our Director and was first published by our partners on https://wagingnonviolence.org/ A lot has changed since I arrived in Uganda in 2009. At that time, mass mobilization […]

INJUSTICE AT MOUNT ELGON

By Shua Wilmot The Benet people of Eastern Uganda were driven out of their motherland 35 years ago. The government has made very little effort to support them through their forced transition. One Benet community has been “settled” on temporal land for over 10 years, under constant threat of eviction at a moment’s notice. Since […]

##OccupyUN

The peaceful occupancy of United Nations office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights by people from Apaa continues to yield more power Today marks one month for #OccupyUN in Gulu, where 234 victims of brutal land grabs have camped in protest of continuous killings and other abuses at the hands of the Ugandan state. […]