Uganda

Supporting women councillors in Uganda to advocate for women’s rights

2018-08-09T11:22:59+00:00March 8th, 2017|Sub-Saharan Africa, Uganda, Women’s Political Leadership|

“If a man gets with you and wants to stay together then you need  documentation” Betty Atim, former district councillor in Gulu and Chair of the Women’s Caucus, explains to her female constituents who face homelessness due to land rights disputes in Uganda. Betty Atim participated in the Westminster Foundation for Democracy EU funded programme [...]

Promoting women’s and girls’ rights in Uganda: ‘This Parliament empowered me’

2018-07-27T10:49:26+00:00September 8th, 2015|Sub-Saharan Africa, Uganda, Women’s Political Leadership|

Ending sexual harassment, domestic violence and other forms of gender inequality in Uganda isn’t easy. But by helping local leaders and civil society organisations bring women together through the country’s first ever Women’s Parliament, Westminster Foundation for Democracy is helping gather momentum behind the campaign for real change. In recent years, Uganda has taken some [...]

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