Monthly Archives: January 2014

Water Board

They say the torture technique called water boarding is so inhumane; it should never be used on even your worst enemies. The Americans, in the wake of being attacked in 2001, went mad hitting out at any one and anything … Continue reading

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Fueling the hate

Something landed in my mailbox; something that shouldn’t have been there in the first place. The Robert Kennedy Foundation (RFK) has been working behind the scenes of the infamous fight to force Uganda’s parliament to change its mind about the … Continue reading

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The ties of my tribe

In recent times, an old debate about culture and identity has been resurrected among a clique of readers and internet people that I know. It was reignited by a colleague, who was angered, a tired anger, about the tags that … Continue reading

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Out of 2013 into a shaky 2014

After a hectic year in human rights, one would be well placed to hope for a better 2014. The different news stories that dominated the previous year had a strong relationship with abuse. Cries of activists were heard and in … Continue reading

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The Word

Happy New Year, all you people of the world. Here’s to new beginnings for the year. Yeah, I know. I also keep asking myself why I keep on coming back here. A friend once told me if I want to … Continue reading

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