A Panel on The Citizenship Provisions in the Uganda Constitution, 1995 (amended 2005)

Event Information
Event Date: 
Saturday, 18 July 2015 - 2:30pm

EVENT

A Panel on The Citizenship Provisions in the Uganda Constitution, 1995 (amended 2005)

TOPICS

  1. Should the constitution distinguish between two types of citizens: those indigenous and immigrants?
  2. When should a refugee become a citizen?
  3. Who should have the right to a national ID (as opposed to a passport)?

PANELISTS

  1. Professor J. Oloka-Onyango, School of Law, Makerere University
  2. Dr. Sarah Ssali, School of Women and Gender Studies, Makerere
  3. Professor Mahmood Mamdani, MISR

There will be representations from the following immigrant minority groups:

  • Somali
  • Banyarwanda
  • Nubi
  • Asian

PLEASE NOTE that attendance will be limited to 60 persons only, on a first registered first served basis.

You are kindly requested to pre-register with the MISR Graduate Library.

Event Venue
MISR Seminar Room 1

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