Freedom and Roam Uganda (FARUG) Executive Director Ssenfuka J Warren on significance of Women’s Day to her as a Lesbian in Uganda today.

Of what significance is women’s day to you as a lesbian woman in Uganda? I am a woman before am a lesbian, a lover of women who is passionate about women’s rights. Women’s day is important to me because I get to celebrate womanhood and the progress of all women in Uganda as we continue

LGBT IDENTIFYING UGANDANS ANTICIPATE UGANDA’S FIRST EVER PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE

SMUG ED Dr Frank Mugisha anticipates discussion concerning human rights violation at Uganda’s first ever Presidential Debate. He says,” The day is here, Uganda’s presidential debate.I am waiting to see how candidates will address issues of human rights violations. I am sure a topic on homosexuality will come up, let us see how candidates will address

US WARNS UGANDA PARLIAMENT ON NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANISATION BILL 2015

U.S Ambassador to Uganda, Scott Delisi has warned Uganda against making laws that would stifle operations of Non-Governmental Organisations. Scott Delisi in a statement on Wednesday 29th July 2015 says he hopes that the NGO Bill 2015, will be amended to create an environment that supports Non-Governmental Organisations and encourages civic engagement. Ambassador Delisi’s statement follows