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08.04.2020 | News

FES Corona Africa Brief

We are pleased to announce the #FESAfricaCoronaBrief. The blog series titled: “Disrupted: How COVID-19 is affecting societies across Africa” will…


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02.10.2019 | News

Street vendors and hawkers review the Kampala Street Trade Ordinance

PLAVU secretariat in consultation with its members proposed amendments that need to be discussed with the Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) and…


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01.10.2019 | Event, News

Violation Impact Assessment Tool offers solutions to communities subject to land and housing rights violations

The tool quantifies the costs of dispossession of land and home. It also provides strategic efforts at policy analysis litigation and the basis of…


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01.10.2019 | Event, News

PLAVU and ATGWU benefit from FES communication strategy workshop

The training workshop aimed at empowering the two institutions to effectively articulate, represent and advance their interests, causes and goals in…


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26.09.2019 | Event, News

ATGWU, FES train taxi operators on decent work and rights of women in transport sector

KOTSA members expressed their interest in understanding the national safety and health programmes that they can benefit from to address some of the…


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16.09.2019 | Event, News

Kasese and Buliisa district: community information needs in the oil and gas sector in Uganda.

In addition to identifying their information needs, the communities also emphasized that information should be; accurate, easy to find, easy to…


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04.09.2019 | Event, News

Rethinking the processes of land valuation and compensation in Uganda

The dialogue provided a platform for selected policymakers and implementers, law makers, academics, valuers, development partners, politicians and the…


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22.05.2019 | News, Event

Workers’ consultative meeting on the Employment (Amendment) Bill 2019

Hon. Agnes Kunihira said that the current Employment Act of 2006 is wanting in terms of clauses that protect breast-feeding mothers, casual labourers…


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21.05.2019 | News, Event

Budgeting for economic transformation and social inclusion in Uganda

Ramathan Ggoobi, an economist explained that a transformative budget needs to invest in sectors that encourage structural change towards higher…


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