THE SECOND MONTHLY EXPERT SEMINAR ON ‘CIVIC EDUCATION IN UGANDA’

INVITATION TO ATTEND THE SECOND MONTHLY EXPERT SEMINAR ON ‘CIVIC EDUCATION IN UGANDA’

Centre for Basic Research (CBR) is implementing a project titled: ‘strengthening Evidence-based Democratic Governance Agenda Setting and Engagement by Civil Society in Uganda’, which among others entails a nation-wide Comprehensive Review of Civic Education in Uganda’. The research study is intended to find out not only the impact of the various civic education initiatives and interventions by state and non-state actors in different parts of the country, but also to identify areas for strengthening civil society engagement in civic education.

As part of the project, CBR is also conducting Monthly Expert Seminars on critical Civic Education issues to generate public discussions around selected thematic areas ranging from social, political, religious, Cultural and economic perspectives on civic education.

The purpose of this letter therefore is to invite you to participate in this month’s seminar which is scheduled to take place at the Centre for Basic Research (CBR) located on Plot 15, Baskerville Avenue, Kololo, on Thursday 20th September 2018 starting at 8:30 a.m.

The topic for discussion is ‘Condemn Bobi Wine’s beating minus roughing up Bebe Cool: Civic education and Political Tolerance in Uganda’ picked from a recent feature article in the Daily Monitor.

 

You are all invited