"Be Awesome": A Youth-Led Mental Health Program for Ugandan Schools
Mental health is an essential aspect of overall well-being, yet many young people in Uganda face significant challenges when it comes to th…
In the second episode of Human Rights and the Digital Podcast, Charity Mugasha and Phillip Ayazika, together with their guest Brian Geoffrey Chanwat (Strategic Response Initiative), explore how Human Rights Defenders in Uganda are embracing ICT to adapt to new working conditions in times of a global pandemic. With everything going digital because of the quarantine requirements, we dig deep to understand how the legal fraternity in Uganda is embracing ICTs to ensure access to justice.
In this episode, we explore how human rights defenders in Uganda are embracing ICTs to adapt to new working conditions in these times of the global pandemic. We are joined by Brian Geoffrey Chanwatt, a partner and beneficiary of the Digital Human Rights Lab project, with him we dig deep to understand how the legal fraternity in Uganda is embracing ICTs to ensure continued access to justice even in these tough times of the corona-virus disease.
Link to blog https://digitalhumanrightslab.org/blog/current-ict-approaches-enhance-access-justice-uganda/
Link to webinar blog https://digitalhumanrightslab.org/blog/webinar-strategic-response-international-sri/
To learn more about Strategic Response International, visit http://sri-uganda.org/