Stella Nyanzi refuses to let Ugandan women be spectators in the struggle to end a 30-year dictatorship.
Uganda’s climate is naturally variable and susceptible to flood and drought events but many human factors have greatly contributed to the increased change in climate. Different practices like deforestation and others have had a very negative implication on natural resources that have consequently affected climate patterns in different regions of the country. The government and […]
Over the years the rampant abuse of Civil and political rights has become the middle name of Uganda. Most of the previous regimes in Uganda had been characterized by gross human rights violations that had not been redressed. When the NRM came into power, Ugandans were hopeful that their rights would be respected as the […]
Daniel Okech is one of the scholars that scooped the Wii Otem Independent study scholarships offered by Solidarity Uganda at Wii Otem, Lira. As Steve Biko notes, the greatest weapon in the hand of the oppressor is the mind of the oppressed and we can not stop enriching our minds with knowledge and resources that […]
Citizen arrests occur when ordinary people either detain criminals themselves or direct police officers to detain a criminal. In certain situations, private individuals have the power to arrest without a warrant. These arrests by citizens are subject to fewer constitutional requirements than an arrest by law enforcement officers. Whenever a crime is committed, as citizens we […]