Blog

The Linkage Between Women’s Leadership and Sustainable Development

The linkage between Women’s Leadership and Sustainable Development Leadership is the art of motivating an individual or group of people to act towards achieving a common goal. For women, being active in the process of leadership is especially important, as women’s life experiences, needs, issues and priorities are not the same as men’s. According to Uganda … Continue reading The Linkage Between Women’s Leadership and Sustainable Development

National Dialogue on Ending Gender Based Violence in Uganda

CEWIGO organized a National Dialogue that targeted Women in Uniform under the theme: “The role of Women in Uniform in prevention and response to Gender Based Violence (GBV)”. The event was held on 7th December 2018 at Imperial Royale Hotel in line with the National Theme of the 16 days of activism against GBV (End … Continue reading National Dialogue on Ending Gender Based Violence in Uganda

“Women’s sustainable engagement in political leadership”

In Uganda, women’s participation in politics is no longer in contention. Their  participation  in politics has  been high on the agenda of  the state and this  has scaled  up their leadership abilities on the social, political and  economic platforms of  social change. A lot of campaigns have been staged to lobby for key social needs and concerns … Continue reading “Women’s sustainable engagement in political leadership”

National Stakeholders Consultative meeting on implementation of the Uganda NAP on UNSCR 1325 & 1820 and the Goma Declaration

The two-day National Stakeholders Consultative meeting on implementation of the Uganda National Action Plan on UN Security Council Resolutions 1325 & 1820 and the Goma Declaration took place at Hotel Africana, Kampala, Uganda on 13th & 14th November 2018. The meeting, whose theme was ‘Taking stock of achievements, progress and challenges of implementing UNSCR 1325 … Continue reading National Stakeholders Consultative meeting on implementation of the Uganda NAP on UNSCR 1325 & 1820 and the Goma Declaration