19 Nov 2015

JR BUSUULWA'S PRESENTATION ON ETHICAL DILEMMAS IN A GLOBALIZING WORLD

It is a complex situation that often involves an apparent mental conflict between moral imperatives, in which to obey one would result in transgressing another.
Western powers subscribe to global socio-political and economic dominance of the world. This is meant to give way for a ‘New World Order’ or ‘One Government’ for the Whole World

19 Nov 2015

EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND TRANSITION TO A GREEN ECONOMY

This report documents Bugema University (BU) experiences, lessons and prospects in environment and sustainable development based on the theme: Promoting Green Consumerism for Sustainable Development. The report also highlights BU renewed interest in education for sustainable development as we come to the end of the United Nations Decade for Education for Sustainablke Development (UNDESD) framework and look towards the post 2015 ESD Agenda.

29 May 2015

TECHNOLOGICAL DUALISM: PERSPECTIVES AND PROSPECTS FROM THE EAST

Conceptual Background:
In analyzing the politics associated with technological dualism and underdevelopment whether in Africa, Asia or Latin America one can do so well to draw on ideas and thoughts of Guyanese Scholar and activist Dr. Walter Rodney. In his book How Europe Underdeveloped Africa, Rodney observes that:

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07 May 2015

EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES AT BUGEMA UNIVERSITY

The National Environmental Management Authority (NEMA) has done a great job in ensuring that institutions of higher learning in Uganda prioritize sustainable development through their mandate of teaching, research and community service.