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Archive for 'Uganda'

Another Ugandan voice, Evelyn Apoko’s

Here’s a link to her appearance on CNN. She’s a wonderful young lady who hasn’t let the injuries she suffered at the hands of Joseph Kony’s LRA stop her.

Another voice from Northern Uganda

A war victim’s opinion
on Kony 2012

Victor OCHEN, Director for AYINET Uganda
By Victor Ochen
In light of the recent publicity around Invisible Children’s ‘Kony 2012’ documentary and campaign, and speaking as a survivor, a young man born and raised in the midst of the LRA war, growing up in internally displaced persons (IDP) camps and avoiding abductions [...]

My essay in the Philly Inquirer on Kony 2012

Here is the link to my piece.

Ugandans on Kony 2012`

I wrote an essasy today on the whole Invisible Children/Kony 2012 video phenomenon. Because of a lack of space in the newspaper, I couldn’t put in all the voices that should be heard. While I do think the best way to stop mass human rights atrocities is with worldwide support and action, the heroes of [...]

New film on children of northern Uganda

My friend, Melissa Fitzgerald, is a longtime northern Uganda activist who has used her acting skills (she was a regular on West Wing) to produce a film on children in northern Uganda. Here’s information on the documentary, the times, and how to get tickets. Show up for it. Show up for the kids of northern Uganda.
The [...]

U.N. Briefing, including update on LRA

 As a part of the “information media,” I just got this briefing from the U.N., which I dutifully pass on. I find the briefing’s transcript quite interesting. Note that the U.N. is expanding the peacekeeping force in the Democratic Republic of Congo to protect civilians from attacks by the Lord’s Resistance Army.  ‘Tis the season, it’s [...]

Condolences for death of a northern Uganda activist

Nate Henn, 25, was one of the victims in yesterday’s bombing in Kigali, Rwanda of a rugby field where the World Cup final was being televised on a giant screen. Nate listed himself as a 2007 graduate of the University of Delaware. When I was on the Inquirer’s editorial board writing about Northern Uganda from about [...]

Clinton goes to Africa

And thank goodness she did, human gaffes and all.
Secretary of State Clinton will always be a lightning rod for people who are at odds with her or her husband, former President Bill Clinton. I remember back when Bill Clinton was making his first run for president, and there were wild stories out there that said [...]

Chissano’s office to close

It’s sad to see an apparatus of peacemaking, the office of the U.N. special envoy to northern Uganda, close. But why should the United Nations keep it open considering that Joseph Kony, the leader of the Lord’s Resistance Army, has proven himself - once again - to be an unreliable peace partner. The charade ought to end that [...]

A debate on bed nets

Stef Schiffer commented on my previous post about what Concern Worldwide was doing for World Malaria Day, arguing that bed nets was just a Western feel-good initiative. The comment included this site, with a well-done video.  Thanks to Stef for telling me about it. The people on the video, many of them first- and second-generation Africans, make a good [...]