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Emerging issues that catalyse conflict

Course Description Resource Person:DR. SAMSON BARIGYE Modern slavery comprises forms of extreme labour exploitation with its modern slavery law 2015; the UK said to be at fore front of international efforts to address crime. But to be affective members of the public and officers of government agencies need to be…
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Climate Change and Conflict

Course Description: Resource Person:DR. ERIA SSERWAJJA Connecting climate change and conflict depends on how people assume inevitably drives violent conflict. The underlying assumptions are not always made clear when argument linking violence and climate change are presented. This module is designed for the fellows to understand how climate can transfer…
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Livelihoods and Sustainable Development

Course Description Resource Person:DR. ERIA SSERWAJJA Livelihood sources are central in the survival of people in both rural and urban areas. Communities that are able to plausibly deploy multiple livelihood capitals (natural, social, human, and financial) often have better livelihood systems. It also means that they can plausibly respond to…
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Natural resources and conflict in Africa

Course Description Resource Person:DR. PAUL MUKWAYA Natural resources as a “blessing” ‘or “curse’’ where conflict emanating from as being rooted in scarcity or abundance. This course is designed to cover the following topics the connection between natural resources and conflict with focus on oil, land, gold, timber, minerals such as…
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Gender, Vulnerability & Social Justice

Course Description Resource Persons: PROF. SARAH SSALI & DR. MPYANGU CHRISTINE Socially constricted social relations between men and women in society can either impede or facilitate vulnerability and the attainment of social justice particularly to disadvantaged members of society such as women. In many cases, socio-cultural strictures, norms and practices…
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Peace building in Divided Societies

Peace building in Divided Societies (Ethnicity, Identity, Culture & conflict in Africa) Course Description Resource Person:DR. ASHAD SSENTONGO  & MS. NAMANYA NAOME Peace building efforts and prevention of recidivist violence are thus notoriously difficult even after wide spread conflict brought to an end. When considering intervention to promote post conflict…
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Inter religious-Inter faith Dialogue

Course description Resource Person:Haji. ABDU KATENDE & MR. SSERUNJOOGI UMAR There will be no peace among the nations without peace among the religions. There will be no peace among the religions without dialogue among the religions.’-Dr. Hans Küng, 31 March 2005, at the opening of an exhibit on the world’s…
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Preventing and Countering (Violent) Extremism in Africa

Course description Resource Person:DR. MBABAZI VENERANDA Since September 11, 2001, governments in North America and Europe have been occupied with border control as a means of countering violent extremism. Undoubtedly, violent extremism is increasingly affecting many parts of the world such as Afghanistan, Yemen, Pakistan and Indonesia. In Africa, violent…
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Approaches and Skills for Resilience Building

Course Description Resource Person:DR. ASHAD SSENTONGO & DR. HASSAN LUBOWA Resilience, is concerned with the durability, adaptability and transformative capacities Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) and development outcomes, the capacity of communities in complex socio- ecological systems to learn, cope, adapt and transform in the face of shock and stress (Mercy…
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Peace and Community Development

Course Description: Resource Person:DR. CHARLOTTE MAFUMBO & DR. KIIZA HILLARY This course is intended to expose learners the meanings and intricacies of peace and community development as lived and experienced by rural communities in Uganda, it is an experiential approach model  that will cover the concept of positive peace, States,…
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