Digitalized publications of Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung

If you are interested in accessing all digitalized publications of Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, please visit the FES Digital Library. Please feel free to contact us if you are interested in a specific publication.

If you are interested in the history of social democracy, please have a look at the following publication published in the FES Digital Library.

Latest FES Uganda Publications

Edited by Maria Alesi and Leah Eryenyu | Publication

This publication, “From the Margins to the Centre” borrows from Bell Hooks’ seminal critique of mainstream feminism’s centering of white privileged…


Madina Mwagale Gulooba | Publication

Uganda has demonstrated commitment to social protection through the enactment of various laws, policies and programs. Nonetheless, gaps still exist…


Ramathan Ggoobi | Publication
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Since import substitution strategy is not new to Uganda, how can the mistakes that failed it in the past be avoided this time around? What lessons can…


Frederick Golooba-Mutebi | Publication
The Political Economy of Economic Transformation

This report explores the government’s ambitions for structural transformation, focusing specifically on manufacturing. It highlights the government’s…


Fred K. Muhumuza | Publication

This Policy Paper, reviews the options of fiscal and monetary policy actions available that Government of Uganda (GoU) can undertake to manage the…


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Transforming Transport Unions through Mass Organisation of Informal Workers: A Case Study of the Amalgamated Transport & General Workers' Union (ATGWU), Uganda
Dave Spooner and John Mark Mwanika

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