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Digitalized publications of Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung

 

If you are interested in accessing all digitalized publications of Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, please visit the FES Digital Library. Please feel free to contact us if you are interested in a specific publication.

If you are interested in the history of social democracy, please have a look at the following publication published in the FES Digital Library.

Latest FES Uganda Publications

Erick Manga, Paula Hamilton, Stephenson Kisingu | Publication

RIDING ON A UNION APP: Uganda’s Public Transport Workers’ Digital Response to Platforms

The public transport sector in Uganda is rapidly changing through liberalisation processes, increasing informality and the entrance of multinational...


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Robert Kappel | Publication

Redefining Europe-Africa relations

The European Union’s (EU) relations with the African continent are facing a distinct set of challenges. Contrary to the expectations of both African...


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Edited by Maria Alesi and Leah Eryenyu | Publication

From the Margins to the Centre: Discourses on the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Women in Uganda.

This publication, “From the Margins to the Centre” borrows from Bell Hooks’ seminal critique of mainstream feminism’s centering of white privileged...


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Ramathan Ggoobi | Publication

Import Substitution: Uganda's Post COVID-19 Industrial Policy Strategy

Since import substitution strategy is not new to Uganda, how can the mistakes that failed it in the past be avoided this time around? What lessons can...


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