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Redeye Collective | Canadian mining companies have $3 billion in assets in Congo. Maurice Carney says this means Canadians have a unique opportunity to support the nascent democracy movement there.
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Yves Engler | Any progressive author writing about Canada's foreign affairs betrays his readers if he ignores the bad this country has done and feeds the benevolent Canadian foreign-policy myth.
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Ugandan patients at the Out-Patient Department of Apac Hospital in northern Ugan
Gerry Caplan | Canadians have had ties to Uganda for many decades. Last month, another Canadian helped make a deep impact on Ugandan public life.
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Mercedes Allen | Uganda has passed its Anti-Homosexuality Bill. It now goes to Ugandan President Yowari Museveni, for a signature.
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Mercedes Allen | When R.E.A.L. Women of Canada's Gwen Landolt condemned support for LGBT human rights in Russia and Uganda, she exposed the truth about far right attitudes
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Mercedes Allen | John Baird has commendably taken the lead on LGBT human rights in Uganda. But in understanding Uganda's social environment, we realize that forcefulness may actually be harmful.
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Redeye Collective | The Democratic Republic of the Congo has mineral wealth estimated at $24 trillion. The country has been invaded twice by Rwanda and Uganda who have the international protection of the United States.
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Scott Weinstein | How do you explain to enthusiastic youth that the persuasive Kony 2012 campaign, urging them to do human rights direct action, is, uh... great, but... there's a problem... ?
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Krystalline Kraus | Hey everyone, I just wanted to give you a heads up about the Kony 2012 campaign, gone viral as a social media success story with an important message to boot.
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Wambi Michael | The Ugandan government will put to death gay citizens repeatedly caught having sex and throw into jail those who touch each other in a "gay" way, if a new proposed Bill becomes law.
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Meagan Perry | In this podcast: protecting the rights of Vancouverites, advocating for Uganda's gays and lesbians, learning through art, and music from Ottawa.