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16 October 2017

Uganda: How a local advocacy group is organising against forced evictions & land grabbing, including by corporations

Author: Phil Wilmot (Solidarity Uganda), in Black Star News(USA)

“Ugandans Resist Land Grabbing and US-backed Dictatorship, an Interview with Phil Wilmot”...

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15 August 2017

Uganda: Call to avoid violent confrontation between security forces & local community over land allocated to Madhvani Group

Author: Stephen Kafeero, Daily Monitor (Uganda)

"Breaking down the Amuru land conflict"...

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24 August 2015

Uganda: Agribusiness in former conflict zone hampered by land disputes between locals & investors

Author: Reuters

"Agribusiness on rise in north Uganda region where rebels fought"...

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2 February 2013

Mtwara protests expose gaps in oil, gas, mineral laws management [East Africa]

Author: Halima Abdallah, Emmanuel Mulondo, Kennedy Senelwa & Mike Mande, The EastAfrican

The push for a comprehensive overhaul of laws governing natural resources in East Africa gathered momentum this week after deadly protests hit Tanzania’s southern Mtwara region over a proposed gas pipeline, exposing the region’s unpreparedness in...

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1 March 2009

[PDF] Enabling peace economies through early recovery – Perspectives from Uganda

Author: Jessica Banfeld with Jana Naujoks, International Alert

Through 2008, as a result of progress made during the Juba peace process, a renewed sense of possibility emerged regarding the rebuilding of Northern Uganda’s economy, with government, development partners and the private sector all planning either to...

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16 July 2007

EU-Made Rockets, Guns and Engines Risk Undermining Myanmar Arms Embargo

Author: Amnesty International, Saferworld

The proposed transfer to Myanmar (Burma) of a military helicopter containing components and technology from as many as six European Union countries threatens to undermine an EU arms embargo on Myanmar, according to a new report issued today... Myanmar...

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4 June 2007

Uganda: Mining Company to Displace Thousands

Author: Glenna Gordon, Monitor [Uganda]

...Nilefos Minerals [part of Madhvani International]...[is] assessing the value of [Sukulu Valley] residents' [land] assets before the company starts mining phosphates from the mineral rich area, displacing between 8,000 and 10,000 people... "There is...

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