Saturday: Speakers Day

Key note speakers:

His Excellency Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu

PEN award winner Kakwenza Rukirabashaija

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Rather then one speech after another, we will have panels with experts to stimulate discussion. The following panels are scheduled

9.20 The Role of the free press

10.00 Slavery in the Middle East

10.30 Ending torture in Uganda

11.10 Why elections?

11.40 How can we end international support for the dictatorship?

12.10 Lunch

13.00 How to best use social media?

13.30 Report from the regions

14.00 Joining hands in fighting African dictatorships

14.45 Women League Diaspora

15.30 The next Ugandan catastrophe: climate change

16.00 Political Prisoners and welfare

Guest speakers:

Milton Allimadi, Author at FAIR

Professor of Journalism Milton Allimadi

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NUP Secretary General David Lewis Rubongoya

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Leader of Opposition Honorable Mathias Mpuuga

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NUP Vice-President (Northern) Dr. Lina Zedriga

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NUP Vice-President (Western) Jolly Mugisha

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NUP Vice-President (Eastern) Honorable John Baptist Nambeshe

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Honorable Flavia Nabagabe