Uganda and the Problem of Refugees Author:A.G.G. Gingyera Pinycwa The role of Uganda as an important host country for refugees in this part of the world is probably very well-known. But perhaps almost equally well-known is its notoriety, gained over the years since the Idi Amin "Coup d' etat" of January 1971 and the savage and sustained brutalities after it, as a generator or source of refugees, "broadly conc... more »eived."
Broadly speaking, it is with this two-fold entanglement of Uganda with the phenomenon of refugees that the contributions in this collection are concerned. The studies seek to explore the economic, international, political, and social implications of the refugee problem for Uganda. In places, they offer some suggestions or solutions as to how better or best the phenomenon of refugees, in as far as it involves and revolves around Uganda, might be tackled.« less