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Article
12 February 2003
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Auteur: Lecture by Mary Robinson, Director of the Ethical Globalization Initiative, former U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights, at Stanford University

...On this occasion my intention is to consider how, by using the language and tools of international human rights, we can shape a more ethical globalization...there is increasing recognition that if fundamental rights are to be implemented it is...

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16 December 2002
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Auteur: The Monitor [Uganda]

Sexual harassment of workers especially female workers was identified as one gender issue that needs urgent attention. It was recommended that legislation on sexual harassment be introduced and sensitisation programmes of employers, workers and the...

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2 December 2002
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Auteur: International Telecommunication Union

Makerere University in Kampala (Uganda) has been chosen as the site of the first women-oriented facility established by the ITU Internet Training Centres Initiative for Developing Countries (ITCI-DC). The ITCI-DC is an initiative between ITU and the...

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5 November 2002
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Auteur: UN News Service

It also recommends that financial restrictions be placed on 29 companies based in the DRC, Belgium, Rwanda, Uganda, Zimbabwe and South Africa [includes link to pdf version of full report by U.N. expert panel]

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29 August 2002
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Auteur: Paul Brown, Guardian [UK]

The United States is blocking human, environmental and freedom of information rights from being enshrined in the earth summit's plan of action in order to protect multinational companies from litigation and protests by the poor. The EU and developing...

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Article
21 June 2002
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Auteur: Reuters

President Yoweri Museveni said in remarks published yesterday a controversial $550 million Ugandan power project [Bujagali dam] would go ahead whether environmentalist critics liked it or not...The consortium building the dam for AES, which will be the...

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21 June 2002
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Auteur: UN Wire

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni said yesterday that construction of the controversial Bujagali Dam will go ahead as planned regardless of whether the World Bank approves funding for the project.

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20 June 2002
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Article
20 June 2002
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Auteur: Hamis Kaheru, New Vision [Uganda]

President Yoweri Museveni yesterday said the planned construction of Bujagali hydro-electricity power station must go on regardless of whether or not donors provide credit facilities to fund it.

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19 June 2002
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Auteur: Reuters

The World Bank believes a controversial hydroelectric dam project in Uganda is economically viable and it supports that government's efforts to protect the environment, the bank said in a statement...The bank was replying to issues raised by its own...

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