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Revisiting impediments to women’s land decision-making Processes in Uganda
Decision-making for women is a necessary condition for them to participate in various aspects of their social lives as individuals. Demand for women to participate in land decision-making processes is justifiable considering ...
Collateral damage during armed conflict: inevitable or a rule of the game?
This article discusses the concept of collateral damage. Under international humanitarian law, collateral damage is generally understood to mean the unintentional or incidental damage affecting facilities, equipment, or ...
No Peace, No War: Protection of Civilians in the Great Lakes Region of Africa
Africa’s Great Lakes Region (GLR) has experienced protracted armed conflicts with severe humanitarian consequences. The dynamics of armed conflicts are often complex and their epicentre shifts from one locus to another, ...