The “She” Word in Uganda’s Job Market

This article was originally published by Youth4policy. For years, Uganda has demonstrated commitment to gender equality through legal and constitutional means. This is in addition to various national policy and strategy documents. The most notable of these is the Women and Gender Development Policy of 2000 [i]and the National Strategy for Gender Development of 2008[ii]. Additionally, the National Gender

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Stories on Depression: How Post-University Depression Crept In On Me.

The following story is an interview between an anonymous young graduate and a mental health counselor. “For me, leaving university was a bittersweet experience”, an anonymous young person, who graduated last year, explains. “It very quickly went from being celebrated and recognized [for my achievements], to being thrown into a large pot of pressures. I

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CV Tips for New Graduates

Recent grads or soon-to-be graduating students face an exhilarating next chapter. Most already have planted career seeds along the university journey, learning practical skills through the classroom, internships, part-time jobs, volunteer activities and sports affiliations. Taking advantage of your already honed skills and abilities while also fanning the flame of passions helps to fuel a powerful

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