The Nation’s Religious Leaders are AWOL: COVID-19 Pandemic and Museveni’s Weaponisation of Religion. When the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared COVID-19 a pandemic on March 11, 2020, Uganda had not reported any registered case of infection by the coronavirus. Although at the time efforts to prevent its spread in Uganda were in high gear..
Frontline warriors: What the COVID-19 Pandemic teaches us about feminist leadership. The global response to the COVID -19 pandemic has noticeably won women leaders’ critical acclaim for their decisive and progressive strategies to flatten the curve, as the world awakened to the gravity of the crisis. The emerging narrative from several analysts is that women-led countries..
‘Stay still and don’t move, know that I am in charge’: COVID-19, a lease of life for Uganda’s ailing regime and the future civic space
‘Stay still and don’t move, know that I am in charge’: COVID-19, a lease of life for Uganda’s ailing regime and the future civic space. The Global Pandemonium caused by COVID-19 First detected in Wuhan region - China in November 2019, by March 11, 2020, the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared COVID-19 a global pandemic. At the time of writing this opinion...
No Longer at Ease: COVID-19 Crisis as a Profound Moment to Reform Uganda’s Education System. On Friday 25 September 2015, inside the hallways of the United Nations Headquarters on 405 East 42 Street in New York, world leaders from Governments and other stakeholders in collaborative ...
Africa’s armies and security systems in the COVID-19 ERA: A case of Uganda’s response to the Coronavirus.
African armies and security systems are back in the spotlight. With COVID-19 pandemic, their ability to support large scale civilian control through extended curfews and lockdowns, reinforce health workers at the front lines whilst adopting a nationalist and not parochial posture is an early simulation of other potential political crises of the future.