The Film screening Caravan

“Sometimes all we need is a little push and encouragement from those that have been in the struggle” -Community Member.   Since its inception, Solidarity Uganda has focused on inspiring, training and providing strategic guidance to empower communities with skills and knowledge/ power for strategic nonviolent actions and movement building against injustice and oppression. This […]

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 […]

THE ANTI POMA CAMPAIGN

The Public Order and Management Act (2013) An Act to provide for the regulation of public meetings; to provide for the duties and responsibilities of the police organizers and participants in relation to public meetings to prescribe measures for safeguarding public order; and for related matters. The Public Order and management Act (POMA) 2013, grants the Inspector […]

When Women Defy Societal Unjust Norms- Rukararwe Women Riders

The African woman faces very many cultural limitations which hinder their participation leadership, governance and development. Traditionally, African women are not supposed to partake or do certain things like taking up leadership positions, riding bicycles, climbing trees even eating some foods like meat among other things. They are supposed to stay at home and take […]

#SaveApaaNow

Land grabbing has become Uganda’s label. It is in Uganda were a government official(s) or an investor(s) comes and orders you to vacate your land at a snap of a finger. The moment you differ from that, be sure to receive a thorough beating, brutal arrest or even face death. The People of Apaa Amuru […]