“Plus Ça Change, Plus C’est La Même Chose” – Jean Baptiste Alphonse Karr The old Swahili adage, “vijana ni taifa la kesho” (youth are the nation of tomorrow), seems outdated. Even the use of the phrase, “Today’s Youth, Tomorrow’s Future”, is apparently waning. What appears to be trending now is Africa as “the young continent.” It is thus not surprising thatREAD MORE
Who is a child in Africa? I asked. I got various answers ranging from a child is a young human, some said that a child is one that is owned and accepted by the parents, for some even at 20, African parents still consider you a child as long as you live under their roof. InREAD MORE
Uganda’s criminal justice system is suffering from multiple organ failure. The breakdown has unleashed on the population a system that continues to preside over mass incarceration that ravages rights, struggles to deliver justice to victims of crimes, tares families apart and condemns children and communities to the vagaries of shattered homes. Over the past 9READ MORE
Over the last two years social media in Uganda has been awash with the story of a Human Rights Activist, or rather a person that called himself a Child Rights Advocate who took children from their mother, manipulate the judicial system and deny the mother the right to see them. When did all that start?READ MORE
#Sidebar It's the job of all MPs, not just those who are not members of the President's party, to check the Executive and hold it to account. @HonAdenDuale et al have abandoned their posts when they say their job is to ensure that @UKenyatta's agenda is passed. @KenMijungu
If you are interested in applying for the 2019 Mandela Washington Fellowship and you live on the Copperbelt, there will be a meeting at the American Corner at CBU in Kitwe on Thursday 27 September 2018 where alumni and US Embassy officials will guide on the process.
If you are interested in applying for the 2019 Mandela Washington Fellowship and you live on the Copperbelt, there will be a meeting at the American Corner at CBU in Kitwe on Thursday 27 September 2018 where alumni... facebook.com/1063898…
Phenomenal investigative piece by @BBCAfrica #BBCAfricaEye. In Cameroon, 2 women & 2 children are led away by soldiers, blindfolded, forced to the ground, and shot 22 times. At first, govt called it fake news.😢😠 Full piece: youtu.be/XbnLkc6r3yc pic.twitter.com/XM34…
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