CBR-ENRECA Occasional Papers

Empire AfterGlobilisation, by ParthaChatterjee. CBR-ENRECA Occasional Paper No. 9; 30 p. 2006.

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Rediscovering Africa in the Contemporary Globalisation Epoch, edited by MurindwaRutanga. CBR-ENRECA Occasional Paper No. 8; 27 p. 2006.

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Gender, Identity and Popular Culture in Contemporary Africa Discourse, editedby MurindwaRutanga.CBR-ENRECA Occasional Paper No.7; 88p. 2004.

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The State and Policy-making, edited by Richard Ssewakiryanga.CBR-ENRECA Occasional Paper No. 6; 79p. 2004.

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Post-Colonial Studies in Africa, Vol. 2,editedby AkimOkuni& Richard Ssewakiryanga, 2004. CBR-ENRECA Occasional Paper No. 5; 157 p.

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Post-Colonial Studies in Africa, Vol. 1,editedby AkimOkuni& Richard Ssewakiryanga. CBR-ENRECA Occasional Paper No. 4; 2003. 119p.

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Reflections on the Agrarian Crisis and Questions Within the Agrarian Domain, by MurindwaRutanga. CBR-ENRECA Occasional Paper No. 3; 2003. 56p.

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The Rights of the Governed, by ParthaChatterjee.CBR-ENRECA Occasional Paper No. 2; 2003.24 p.

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Post-Colonial Studies in Africa, edited by AkimOkuni& Richard Ssewakiryanga. CBR-ENRECA Occasional Paper No. 1; 2003. 103p.

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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