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We have joined the climate change revolution

My son Christopher Kyobe and daughter Tangaza have really got me thinking about the legacy I will leave them. This is not about wealth or my track record, but an even greater legacy, for all of us to think about.…

Racial Diversity in Motorsport

While the UK is home to seven of the ten Formula 1 teams, hosts various rounds of Formula 1 World Championship and World Rally Championship races, and is supported by more than 4000 companies, there are clear issues with racial…

The Possibility of a World Without Orphanages

History was made on the 18th December 2019 as all 193 member states of the United Nations formally recognised that orphanages do not protect children, they harm them, and have together called for the progressive end of institutional care globally.…

100 Days in Office

I hope you had a wonderful Christmas. Having been in post for 100 days I wanted to share my progress with you, as well as thank you for your incredible support this year. Because of you, we have been able…

Ending Institutional care in Africa

“An estimated 8 million children are growing up in orphanages across the world…”(Save the Children) 50,000 of these children are growing up in orphanages here in Uganda. The lack of comparable data and the fact that many institutions are not…

Masculinity, The #MeToo Movement & you

Society’s understanding of masculinity is changing, redefining culture and challenging archaic and long held beliefs. Join the conversation, and let’s promote gender justice and prevent violence, by engaging men and boys in partnership with women, girls, and individuals of all…

Managing stress

April was Stress Awareness Month. During this time , after the first quarter of the calendar year, many people struggle with managing their stress levels at work, at home and even within their social lives. Stress can be inevitable for…