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Wulira! is a labour of love by a group of women to create a media product we wished we had access to when we were younger. There will be a lot of history, politics and incredible hope for Uganda. Co-hosts: Jacky Kemigisa and Godiva Akullo Producer: The Duuka Research: Rebecca Rwakabukoza Soundtrack: Wana Benjamin (Afrie, for first 10 episodes) With support from FRIDA Young Feminist Fund, AWDF and Open Society Initiative for East Africa
 
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We discuss the beginning of the Marriage and Divorce Bill, with the story of Lovinsa Senkonyo's husband and the battle for property that followed. As always, find all our research notes and sources on our Medium (@WuliraUganda).[Picture credit: Daily Monitor]โดย Wulira
 
This is a current episode - because our co-hosts were part of making history. Jacky and Godiva were members of the Women's Protest Working Group, and talk to us about their experience organising and marching on the streets of Kampala, for the lives of women this Juneโดย Wulira
 
In this episode, Jacky Kemigisa hosts Dr Eva Namusoke in studio to talk about "Buganda specialness" and the place and politics of Buganda within Uganda and within the Church (particularly, the Church of Uganda)โดย Wulira
 
This episode attempts to look at the effect of insecurity on women's lives during periods when Uganda is said to have been very insecure - and many murders and disappearances happened during these times. We talk about two specific women, Elizabeth Bagaya who was a minister in Idi Amin's government and Kay Amin who was one of Idi Amin's wives.…
 
This was a difficult and nerve wrecking episode – because it is based on a character from the 17th century, which means we could not just get the phone and call up people to cross-reference with what we were reading. But the point of this podcast is to make these stories known so we’re going to dive in – and learn.Find our episode notes on Medium @…
 
We were curious about New Years’ Eve celebrations in Uganda through the years. We looked through media archives and spoke to a number of people – a huge shout out to Kalungi Kabuye who was very generous with helping us.[Cover Photo: New Vision, Jan 4th, 1991]โดย Wulira
 
We are joined in studio over Skype by Ugandan feminist, poet and researcher Jessica Akiiki Horn for a conversation on African feminisms and Uganda's feminist journey.[Cover image: Queen Muhumuza, Credit: "On the Congo Frontier", by Evan Maclean Jack, 1914]โดย Wulira
 
Uganda Cancer Institute started in 1967. Its beginning was centered around a cancer that affects children – particularly the jaws. The children usually get a swollen jaw, bulging eyes and distended tummies. The cancer is called Burkitt’s lymphoma, after Denis Burkitt – the doctor with "one eye and a camera."…
 
Universal Primary Education (UPE) is a large topic and we might not be able to do it justice in the short space our podcast episode allows. But we are hopefully going to hit the highlights and do multiple other episodes in the future on different elements of UPE.[Image credit: Daily Monitor]โดย Wulira
 
It appears colours have always been a point of contention in our political history. They’re used as signs of belonging and loyalty, and symbols of alliances. But also as a thing that is used by those in power?—?blue is safer than yellow for dress, if you don’t want your attire politicized. The same way green was likely safer than red when UPC was i…
 
Politics is a large part of what forms the status of women in the country. In this episode, we talk about the first women to serve in the first National Assembly, Legislative Council and the difficulties of women occupying political spaces. We also talk about women representation today.โดย Wulira
 
Sugra was very involved in the women’s movement in Uganda. There is an iconic black-and-white picture in history of women holding up their hand, in front of what looks like the Parliament. They are wearing gomesis and look like they are indicating one, which might be a party sign. In the center is a beautiful Indian woman, dressed similarly in a go…
 
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