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Articles:

  • We all need someone to give us a break, The Daily Monitor, 29 April 2014. Read Article
  • Changing the Perceptions of Pole Dancing, The Sunday Independent, 23 February 2014. Read Article
  • Narrative essay, Fordsburg Square Flea Market: It should have been little India, M&G e-book and features article, 1 September 2013. Download e-book here
  • Dreaming of a New Jerusalem, Sunday Times, March 3, 2013. Read Article
  • Sleeping outside in silent protest, Mail & Guardian online, 31 January, 2013. Read Article
  • ‘Homeless and hopeless: Sleeping on the street’ Mail & Guardian (18 October).    Read Article
  • On the streets, Rocky and Lacosta dream of a music career, Mail & Guardian online, 27 November 2012.    Read Article
  • Sleeping outside in silent protest, Mail & Guardian online, 31 January, 2013.    Read Article
  • Dreaming of a new Jerusalem, Sunday Times, March 3, 2013.    Read Article
  • For Nathan Hale, Perhaps Another Regret, New York Times, March 2012.    Read Article
  • Liberia angered at news of CIA and Charles Taylor, Latitude News, February 2012.    Read Article
  • Libya’s soccer team hope of a nation, Latitude News, February 2012.    Read Article
  • The world responds to Wikipedia shutdown, Latitude News, February 2012.    Read Article
  • Anti-gay bill gets standing ovation in Ugandan parliament, Latitude News, January 2012.    Read Article
  • Nigeria’s homegrown terrorists, Latitude News, January 2012 Article, Africa’s Music festivals, Latitude News.    Read Article
  • International Program Fills Science Education Voids in Uganda, Global Press Institute, September 2011.    Read Article
  • A photo essay, Unsafe Roads Receive Attention in Uganda, Global Press Institute, April 2011.    Read Article
  • African Migrants Return Home to Develop Social Programs, Global Press Institute, March 2011.    Read Article
  • Little People Shed Circus Image in Uganda, Global Press Institute, February 2011.    Read Article
  • A photo essay, Worldwide Vigils Continue to Honor Slain Gay Rights Activist, Global Press Institute, February 2011.    Read Article
  • A photo essay, Kampala Real Estate Booms as Suburban Developments Continue, Global Press Institute, February 2011.    Read Article
  • Albinos In Uganda Unite to Fight Witchcraft, Discrimination; Aim for Political Power, Global Press Institute, November 2010.    Read Article
  • Acid Attacks on the Rise As Revenge Crimes in Uganda, Global Press Institute.    Read Article
  • Women Refugees in Uganda Abandon Camps, Seek Urban Life, Global Press Institute, July 2010.    Read Article

Op-eds:

  • Uganda Anti-Gay Bill, Human Rights Tolerance, Guardian UK, 3 March 2014. Read Op-ed
  • A leak in high places puts Ugandans on edge, Transitions, Foreign Policy Magazine, May 2013. Read Op-ed
  • Americans behaving badly in Uganda Transitions, Foreign Policy Magazine, October 2012.    Read Op-ed
  • Another case of high-level corruption in Uganda, Transitions, Foreign Policy Magazine, October 2012.    Read Op-ed
  • Uganda: Civil society awakens, Transitions, Foreign Policy Magazine.    Read Op-ed
  • The American Roots of Homophobia in Africa, Transitions, Foreign Policy Magazine.    Read Op-ed
  • A play shines light on a deepening divide inside Uganda, Transitions, Foreign Policy Magazine, July 2012.    Read Op-ed
  • The Spanish text message has Uganda up in arms, Transitions, Foreign Policy Magazine, June 2012.    Read Op-ed
  • The American Roots of Homophobia in Africa, Transitions, Foreign Policy Magazine.    Read Op-ed
  • A play shines light on a deepening divide inside Uganda, Transitions, Foreign Policy Magazine, July 2012.    Read Op-ed
  • The Spanish text message has Uganda up in arms, Transitions, Foreign Policy Magazine, June 2012.    Read Op-ed
  • Ugandan Innovators don’t get the credit they deserve, Transitions, Foreign Policy Magazine, June 2012.    Read Op-ed
  • Words move the world, Transitions, Foreign Policy Magazine, May 2012.    Read Op-ed
  • Uganda feels the heat from South Sudan, Transitions, Foreign Policy Magazine, May 2012.    Read Op-ed
  • Uganda’s up and upcoming tech guru, Transitions, Foreign Policy Magazine, April 2012.    Read Op-ed
  • What is Museveni scared of? Transitions, Foreign Policy Magazine, April 2012.    Read Op-ed
  • Uganda celebrates its tech entrepreneurs, Transitions, Foreign Policy Magazine.    Read Op-ed
  • The real battle in Uganda, Transitions, Foreign Policy Magazine, March 2012.    Read Op-ed   Reprint in NPR Here
  • Ugandans are not amused, Transitions, Foreign Policy Magazine, March 2012.    Read Op-ed
  • Reclaiming our Stories, Transitions, Foreign Policy Magazine, March 2012.    Read Op-ed
  • Good human rights record not pr firms will improve Uganda’s Image, GlobalPost, February 2012.    Read Op-ed
  • The middle class on strike in Uganda, Transitions, Foreign Policy Magazine, February 2012.    Read Op-ed
  • Gentlemen start talking, Transitions, Foreign Policy Magazine, February 2012.
  • Cutting aid to Africa won’t help gay rights, The Boston Globe, 11 February 2012.    Read Op-ed
  • The strange priorities of Ugandan leaders, Transitions, Foreign Policy Magazine, January 2012.    Read Op-ed
  • Will Ugandan lawmakers move ahead with death penalty for gays? Transitions, Foreign Policy Magazine, January 2012.    Read Op-ed
  • E- readers in Uganda, Transitions, Foreign Policy Magazine, January 2012.    Read Op-ed
  • Ugandans wonder: Is US after Kony or oil? The Boston Globe, 19 November, 2011.    Read Op-ed
  • Two African women won Nobel Peace Prizes, but the continent still has a long way to go on gender equality, the angle of boston.com, 18 October, 2011.    Read Op-ed
  • Museveni’s grip on Uganda, The Boston Globe, 3 October, 2011.    Read Op-ed

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