CBR Occasional Papers

Citizens’ Socio-Economic Rights and Uganda’s Poverty Eradication Action Plan: An Assessment; by John-Jean Barya, p47. CBR Occasional Paper No. 9; 2007.

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Locating Women in the Tanzanian Decentralization History: Progress, Problems and Future Research Issues, by Rose Shayo.CBR Occasional Paper No. 8; 40p. 2007.

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Decentralisation, Local Politics and the Construction of Women’s Citizenship: The Case of Uganda, by Dora C. KanabahitaByamukama. CBR Occasional Paper No. 7; 38p. 2007.

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Still on the Road: Decentralisation and Women’s Citizenship in Kenya, by Winnie V. Mitullah, KarutiKanyinga, and KaendiMunguti, 29p. CBR Occasional Paper No. 6; 2007.

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Reflections on Tax as Site of Socio-Political Struggles in the Ugandan 1996 VAT Strike; by Richard Ssewakiryanga.CBR Occasional Paper No. 5; 50p. 2002.

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Freedom Association : The Great Debate on the Referendum on the Political system in Uganda; by James Katalikawe. CBR Occasional Paper No. 4; 40p, 2000.
\r\n The Banking Crisis in Uganda- 1999 by Lawyer Kafureka.CBR Occasional Paper No. 3; 40p. 2000

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The Evolving Nature of the State, Donors and NGOs Providing Health Services in a Liberal Environment: Some Insights from Uganda by Nicholas de Torrente and Frederick Mwesigye. CBR Occasional Paper No. 2; 66p. 1999.

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No-Party Democracy: Uganda’s Election to the Constituent Assembly, 1994 by Olive Furley and James Katalikawe. CBR Occasional Paper No. 1; 36p. 1999.

We need to be organised- Women activist

1st, October 2014

Women activists have been asked to form an organized front to advocate for their causes other than having several voices speaking differently.

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\r\n This was said by Jane Alisemera Babiiha (former Bundibugyo MP) during a gender and political settlement event at Center for basic research, in Kololo.

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