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Uganda: Radio for Justice and Human Rights in northern Uganda

A chime rings out from the radio speakers. A booming male voice intones: “This is Facing Justice, brought to you by the Institute of War and Peace Reporting, discussing issues of justice and human rights in northern Uganda.” Facing Justice

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The Ugandan Radio Show That Saves Lives

KAMPALA, Uganda – There is a corner in towns and cities across Uganda where there stands a memorial to the lowering of the Union Jack in 1962, which signaled the sunset of British colonial rule and the dawn of independence.

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Uganda: Woman broadcaster scatters seeds of understanding via the radio

A car approaches Omwonya village, splashing through potholes and shuddering across the undulations of the wet and muddy road. Dozens of farmers have gathered in welcome. As they spot broadcaster Sarah Adongo in the car, women begin to ululate and

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