Greater inclusion of young people in the holistic transformation of society
“We are no longer “Leaders of tomorrow” as per the common old saying, rather we are leaders of both today and tomorrow. Let’s take full charge!”
This Women’s Month — let us embrace women’s economic empowerment! – Youth4Policy
Despite historic legacies of political upheavals and violent conflicts, Uganda has enjoyed relative peace and stability since 2006, with the reinstatement of multi-party democracy, a strong constitution that protects women’s human rights, and an end to conflict in Northern Uganda.
The “She” Word in Uganda’s Job Market. – Youth4Policy
For years, Uganda has demonstrated commitment to gender equality through legal and constitutional means. This is in addition to various national policy and strategy documents.
No one is Invisible: More efforts needed on financial inclusion of disadvantaged girls and women in Uganda. – Youth4Policy
How big is the challenge of financial inclusion for women in Uganda? The global scale of women’s financial exclusion makes it clear that in order to achieve universal financial access, we need to focus on women.
Your Weekly Update: Ambassador featured in Vogue and more
In the midst of new challenges, OYW Ambassadors continue to display leadership and innovation in their communities. Over the past week, Ambassadors have launched podcasts and blogs, been featured in Vogue and spoken at global digital events. Learn more below.
Quarantine Your Uterus - FemAsia Magazine
“Let us remember and prioritise women whose uteruses too need to be protected for the good of the nation.” The COVID-19 global pandemic is wreaking havoc on almost every area of society. Global headlines herald the health, economic, agricultural, and social impacts of the novel coronavirus. Yet,…