We conceptualise thinking as an active process which can be judged on the basis of one’s expressed opinions and by one’s actions; meaning that the exercise of genuine citizenship can be measured through one’s contributions to and one’s influence over the narrative that determines policies which affect the lives and livelihoods of one’s communities. 


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Norah Owaraga

"‘Ubuntu’ is ‘humanness’ manifested through expression of humanity towards others. Uganda’s policies are devoid of ubuntu towards Ugandans. They seem copied wholesale from exogenous sources. This kind of policy making is unacceptable to me for it hinges on the balkanisation of Ugandans in abstract numbers; omitting most aspects of our behaviour and making no reference to what we think and how feel. Policies must centre on us humans of Uganda."