THE E- DEMOCRACY ONLINE

Introduction
The Internet will save democracy. Or so Internet technohype led many
to believe. With each new communication medium comes a wide-eyed
view about its potential. I’d like to suggest that just as the television
saved democracy, so will the Internet. Now that I’ve set a low
expectation, anything we do incrementally to improve democracy
through the Internet is something we can consider an
accomplishment.Download PDF to Read more.

DEVELOPMENT AND GENDER EQUITY FOR WOMEN IN UGANDA

Introduction
Human rights and development are inextricably linked. They have the same
ultimate objective to improve human well being and freedom based on
inherent dignity and equality of all people, equality and non discrimination.
All individuals in Uganda must be equal as human beings and by virtue of the
inherent dignity of each human person. All Ugandans are entitled to the
human rights without discrimination of any kind, such as race, colour, sex,
ethnicity, age, language, religion, politics or other opinion, national or social
origins, disability, property, birth or other status as explained by the human
rights treaty bodies.Download PDF to Read more.

ICTS AS ENABLERS OF AGRICULTURAL
INNOVATION SYSTEMS

Introduction
Research, extension, and advisory services are some of the most knowledge-intensive
elements of agricultural innovation systems.Download PDF to Read more.