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Democratic Party calls for dialogue between Government and Opposition

Democratic Party calls for dialogue between Government and Opposition

Democratic Party (DP) has called on government to embrace a political dialogue with opposition leaders and Civil Societies to solve the current political impasse in the country. Addressing the press this morning at City house in Kampala, the DP National Chairman Mohammed Besweri Kezaala says that government has gone astray with the way they treat […]

Government questioned on SIM card registration exercise

Human Rights Activists have threatened to drag government to court over what they deemed as infringing on human rights through registering phone Sim cards. This was revealed at a dialogue organized by rights bodies that included Human Rights Network and Human Rights Network for Journalists to discuss dangers embedded in Sim card registration. According to […]

Government urged to tap job opportunities abroad for Ugandans

Government urged to tap job opportunities abroad for Ugandans

The Uganda Employers Federation is asking government to create a special desk responsible for promoting Ugandans on the international job market.   According to the employers, government needs to promote Ugandans beyond the country’s borders. At a dialogue organized by the federation on how best employment in Ugandan can be widened, employers noted that Uganda […]

Apply for Guru Nanak Interfaith Prize

Guru Nanak Interfaith Prize: The Guru Nanak Interfaith Prize in the amount of $50,000 is awarded biannually to an individual or organization chosen by a distinguished panel of judges. The goal of this award is to enhance awareness of the critical role of religious dialogue in the pursuit of peace as well as to provide […]

One World Scholarship in Austria for Masters & PHDs

One World Scholarship Programme (EWS) – Austria: The One World Scholarship Program (EMS) is aimed at students from developing countries at Austrian universities and sees itself as a contribution to peaceful coexistence with people from different regions of origin through the promotion of equality, dialogue, intercultural know-how and partnership. The study grant scheme is a […]

One World Scholarship in Austrian Universities.

One World Scholarship Programme (EWS) – Austria: The One World Scholarship Program (EMS) is aimed at students from developing countries at Austrian universities and sees itself as a contribution to peaceful coexistence with people from different regions of origin through the promotion of equality, dialogue, intercultural know-how and partnership. The study grant scheme is a […]

Future Agricultures Consortium for PHD fellowships

Early Career Fellowships: The Future Agricultures Consortium (FAC) aims to encourage critical debate and policy dialogue on the future of agriculture in Africa. Founded in 2005, the Consortium is a partnership between leading research-based organizations in Africa and the UK, with work focusing on Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Burkina Faso, Ghana, South Africa and Zimbabwe. FAC […]

Extraordinary Meeting of the Commonwealth Ministerial Action Group (CMAG)

News Release 1.       The Commonwealth Ministerial Action Group (CMAG) met in extraordinary session in London today to consider its response to the situation in Maldives.  2.       The meeting was chaired by Hon Dr Surujrattan Rambachan, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Communications of Trinidad and Tobago. Other members of the Group who participated in the […]

Undergraduate Scholarships

Undergraduate Scholarships » Graduate Scholarships » PhD Scholarships One World Scholarship Programme (EWS) – Austria: The One World Scholarship Program (EMS) is aimed at students from developing countries at Austrian universities and sees itself as a contribution to peaceful coexistence with people from different regions of origin through the promotion of equality, dialogue, intercultural know-how […]

Professor Mamadan urges Ugandans to demonstrate

Uganda’s leading and renowned scholar professor Mohmood Mamdani has said Ugandan opposition is too weak and it cannot takeover poor from the ruling government. The scholar says that for any meaningful change of government to take place inUgandathe people need to be willing to go on the streets in large numbers on a daily basis […]

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