The COVID-19 pandemic has caused severe disruptions and presented risks that are specific to organizations as well as systemic.As organizations and governments attempt to assess the impacts of the pandemic, it is evident that the pandemic will change various aspects of our lives. From a corporate governance perspective, the COVID-19

In January 2020,the World Bank published its findings on a Jobs Strategy for Inclusive Growth for Uganda. The World Bank’s findings were significant given that Uganda has the second youngest population in the world. The report estimated that for Uganda, the working age population will have increased by 13 million

COVID-19 is a virus pandemic which has already been declared a global health emergency. The social disruption it has caused continues to threaten the socio- economic fabric of nations worldwide and governments all over are juggling between ensuring the safety of individuals on one hand and sustainability of businesses and

COVID-19 is both a public health and human rights issue.It has caused anxiety among organizations, government officials, human rights advocates and citizens. Globally, over a million people are infected with the corona virus whilst the death toll has surpassed 51,000 and numbers continue to rise.1 In Uganda, by 5 April

The Corona virus disease (Covid-19) has fundamentally challenged many aspects of international and national life that we had long taken for granted.As at current count, over one million people around the world have tested positive for Covid-19, with over sixty-five thousand deaths thus far.2 In Uganda, fifty-two people have so

On 31 March 2020, the country woke to news of the slapping of a senior female government representative by her male colleague in one of the districts in western Uganda for attempting to take away his official vehicle.The lady, a Resident District Commissioner (RDC) was doing this in a bid