PUBLIC STATEMENT [For immediate release] 004/UGA/2012 15th June 2012 Kampala: INTERNAL AFFAIRS MINISTER ONEK DEMANDS APOLOGY “…Finally, if you do not abide, then know your legal permission to operate will be terminated.” The Minster for Internal Affairs Hillary Onek, has instructed the Uganda Land Alliance to make a public apology to him over …more
Museveni angry over NGO report on land grabbing Sunday, 06 May 2012 09:07 By Haggai Matsiko Print Oxfam and Uganda Land Alliance face deregistration Two international organisations, Oxfam and Uganda Land Alliance (ULA), face de-registration for what government calls inciting violence over land issues. On Thursday April 26, the Internal Affairs Minister, Hillary Onek, under …more
-PUBLIC STATEMENT- [For immediate release] 003/UGA/2012 30th April 2012 Kampala – APOLOGISE OR FACE CLOSURE-GOVERNMENT TELLS UGANDA LAND ALLIANCE The price for Uganda Land Alliance’s investigations into cases of land grabbing has been set-so high that once paid, it will become extremely risky for anyone attempting to question the vices of land grabbing and …more
PRESS STATEMENT- [For immediate release] 25th April 2012 Uganda Land Alliance faces Government investigations over anti-land grabbing campaign Kampala – The Uganda Land Alliance (ULA) has been summoned by the Uganda Minister for Internal Affairs Hillary Onek over the organization’s investigations of land grab cases that have left over 20,000 people displaced in various districts. …more
Harvesting controversy- World Bank’s agriculture projects under scrutiny While the World Bank revises its agriculture strategy, its market liberalisation focus is criticised, its own complaints bodies issue damning reports on agriculture projects in Peru and Papua New Guinea, and critics fault its gender focus. The Bank is preparing a new agriculture action plan to cover …more
A presentation at the Expert Conference Organized at the European Academy Otzenhausen (Saarland), January 18th -20th, 2012 By: Samuel B. Mabikke Click here to download
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Who owns the land? Perspectives from rural Ugandans and implications for land acquisitions Rapid growth of demand for agricultural land is putting pressure on property rights systems, particularly in Sub-Saharan Africa, where customary tenure systems have provided secure land access. Patterns of gradual, endogenous change toward formalization are being challenged by rapid and large-scale demands …more
Theme: National Land Policy-Government must listen to the people’s voice Click here to download your free copy: http://ulaug.org/newsletter/ I have the pleasure to share with you first hand the 8 and Final Edition of the Uganda Land Alliance Newsletter for the Year 2011. Please kindly find herewith, but you can also have a look …more
Gender, Assets, and Agricultural Development Programs: A Conceptual Framework Ruth Meinzen-Dick, Nancy Johnson, Agnes Quisumbing, Jemimah Njuki, Julia Behrman, Deborah Rubin, Amber Peterman, and Elizabeth Waithanji Being able to access, control, and own productive assets such as land, labor, finance, and social capital enables people to create stable and productive lives. Yet relatively little is …more
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