Enhancing Transparency in Political Financing (Starts – March 2023)
Too much money flows in politics and most of its source is not openly known. When political parties and candidates conceal their […]
Regulating money in electoral process (Starts – June 2023)
Too much money in elections can distort electoral politics by killing electoral competition, bastardizing politics, and leading to political corruption. This is […]
Fundraising for Political Parties (From Nov 14th, 2022 to 2nd Dec 2022)
Running a political party requires resources. There is a misconception that political parties only need resources during election season. This is wrong! […]
Managing Campaign finances in a competitive election (Starts – April 2023)
You can avoid the undesirable situation of plunging in debt during and after an election campaign if you equip yourself with skills […]
Fundraising for a successful Election Campaign (Starts – Feb 2023)
Money is essential for a successful election campaign and almost determines the outcome of an election. The difference between well-resourced and under-resourced […]
Fast tracking Uganda’s efforts in the fight against corruption.
As the world commemorates the International Anti-Corruption Day tomorrow, 9th December, the fact that Uganda loses approximately Ugx 20 trillion ($5.3 billion) […]
How monetized elections excludes many Women in Uganda’s politics
Since 2006 when the multiparty political dispensation was reintroduced in Uganda, elective politics has become highly commercialized/monetized, consequently perpetuating exclusion of women […]
Previous Occupations of Political Candidates in Uganda’s 2021 general elections.
With Uganda’s politics being highly monetised and commercialised, many men and women who offer themselves for elections no longer do so to […]
A ray of Hope for Campaign Finance Legislation in the 11th Parliament.
Interest seems to be growing within pockets of legislators in the 11th Parliament of Uganda on the need to legislate on Campaign financing […]
Commercialized Electoral Politics is the reason Ugandan voters do not have sugar in their cups.
Ugandan voters are now tasting first-hand, the effects of commercialised elective politics as they take tea, coffee, or corn/millet porridge without sugar […]
Absenteeism in Parliament: Legislators or Political Merchants?
Uganda’s speaker of parliament, Hon. Anita Among has decried the perpetual absenteeism of ministers and Members of Parliament (MPs) which has paralysed […]