Policy papers

E.g., 12/07/2022
E.g., 12/07/2022
Enjoy the latest edition of our monthly nesletter featuring The 2022 National Land Forum, Oxfam's reaction to the COP 27 discussions, the launch of a music album on peace building, and so much more.
The extension of water and improvement of latrine facilities’ coverage has helped keep life flowing among thousands of refugees in Kyangwali refugee settlement in Kikuube district of Western Uganda. With an average daily refugee influx of between 30 and 50 at the settlement, there has always been a...
Over the last couple of months, WE-Care has embarked on an exciting journey to reflect on what we have accomplished so far and use these reflections to plan for more journeys ahead. Our team met in Uganda in August—our first face-to-face meeting as a programme in more than two years (page 3)—to...
Our economic systems are racist and sexist: they put the needs and lives of women as the lowest priority, particularly where they’re also from other marginalised groups. On top of the pandemic and cost of living crisis, austerity measures cut services, jobs and rights that these groups rely on most...
In October, we marched for climate justice, hosted a dialogue on a just energy transition, celebrated Global Hand Washing Day, and participated in the World Bank’s Annual meetings among other activities. Our latest newsletter has all of October’s highlights. Enjoy!
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