Recent Submissions

  • Theology of work and development : the theological and ecological responsibility of the Church in sustainable development 

    Kansiime, Elly (globalethics.net, 2020)
    This piece of work focuses on the role of the church in sustainable development. The church is a major player because of the big numbers that constitute her institution. She has an everyday opportunity, and over binding ...
  • Obuntu-bulamu and the Law: an extra textual aid statutory interpretation tool 

    Lubogo, Isaac Christopher (Marianum Press Ltd, 2020)
    There is a patriotic obligation on all of us not to allow our Constitution and the idea of respect for human rights and dignity to slide into such disrepute.The debate over whether or not Obuntu-bulamu can be translated ...
  • History of Busoga 

    Lubogo, Yekoniya Kaira (Marianum Press Ltd, 2020)
    Ever since Busoga came into existence, none of its histories has been written down although it can be proved that most of this history is true. This history was known to every musoga, having been handed down to successive ...
  • Treatise to my Learned Friend, the Attorney at Law 

    Lubogo, Isaac Christopher (Marianum Press Ltd, 2020)
    More often than not the law is usually argued to be a sworn commitment to the asset of absolute fixed ideas within rigidly narrow parameters. The letter of the law is often framed in absolutes, stated in black and white but ...
  • Essential Approaches to Christian Religious Education: Learning and Teaching in Uganda 

    Byaruhanga, Christopher (Globethics.net Praxis, 2018)
    This book is about the essential approaches to Christian religious education learning and teaching in Uganda. We live at a time of change and experimentation in many spheres, not least in educational methods in the teaching ...
  • Camera, commerce & Conscience: Afrowood and the crisis of purpose. 

    Ojebode, Ayobami; Adegbola, Tunde; Mekonnen, Alemayehu Debebe; Maractho, Emilly Comfort (Greenminds Publishers., 2019)
    Every re-interpretation of a work of art is an enrichment of the culture that inspired that work in the first place. The artist of the reinterpretation is truly blessed not only by the initial artist but by the community ...
  • Social policy theories: debates, policies and prospects of social change in the Great Lakes Region. 

    Mwine, Catherine K. S. H. (Global Publishers and Distributors., 2008)
    The book is central to the Social Policy Planning Handbooks series and will prove an excellent text book in both electronic mode and conventional paperback material, for university students, further education and board room ...
  • Project management: tools, techniques and strategies of managing 

    Kyakulumbye, Stephen; Nabacwa, Mary Ssonko; Opio, Peter; Kabanda, Martin; Kyasanku, Godfrey; Olweny, Martha; Sebowa, Efrance; Aryamanya, Ashton; Ahumuza, Vianney (2018-10)
    This first edition categorises project management tools and techniques basing on the project management knowledge by PMBOK as emphasised by PMI but contextualised the knowledge dimensions to Africa/Uganda. It also includes ...
  • In the shadows of truth: the polarized family 

    Kansiime, Elly K. (Globethics.net International, 2017-09)
    In the shadows of truth is yet another of Rev. Can. Dr. Elly Kansiime’s interesting books that highlight the insights about family life. In his first book entitled “Integrating Faith with Work” a Ministry Transformational ...
  • The History and Theology of the Ecumenical Movement in East Africa 

    Byaruhanga, Christopher (Fountain Publishers, Kampala - Uganda, 2015)
    This book focuses on the history and Theology of the Ecumenical Movement in East Africa, focuses on how ecumenism has been understood by the Christians in this part of Africa. Just as there is a broad understanding of ...
  • Integrating Faith with Work: a ministry transformational model 

    Kansiime, Elly K. (Globethics.net International, 2015)
    The Integration of Faith in Work has been regarded as a ministry transformational model because today work has lost its place and meaning especially among Christian communities. Work no longer brings joy to those who engage ...