Comrades and Friends, Resounding revolutionary salutations from Solidarity Uganda! Embrace this edition of our Newsletter with the utmost fervor, for we extend our deepest gratitude for your unwavering support. In this edition, we share about the recently concluded regional chapter convenings, where all Solidarity chapters across the country came together to share experiences and build […]
Solidarity Uganda unequivocally denounces these heinous acts of violence and stands shoulder to shoulder with the Apaa community in their quest for justice and protection. It is disheartening to witness the suffering of a community that has endured years of terror, often at the hands of actors who should be safeguarding their well-being, including security institutions such as the police and army.
Uganda is marred with a turbulent history of political violence and unrest. Our history created scared minds and hearts for those who lived through wars and several injustices. The NRM government came to power through violence while promising people peace and security. Thousands of lives were lost during the NRA bush war in 1986. They […]
Throughout history, societies have grappled with issues of inequality, injustice, and political oppression. In the quest for change, the methods employed to address these issues have varied significantly. While violence and confrontation might offer immediate results, they often lead to more significant problems in the long run. Constructive resistance and nonviolence, on the other hand, […]
Land grabbing continues to be a significant issue in Uganda. Land grabbing refers to the unlawful and often forceful acquisition of land by individuals, corporations, or the government, usually at the expense of local communities and landowners who are often displaced or denied their land rights.