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Ecological Party of Uganda

Ecological Party of Uganda's Objectives

  1. Unite and facilitate reconciliation between and among the people of Uganda. 
  2. Achieve sustainable peace, development, a culture of dialogue, compromise, tolerance and good governance. 
  3. Eliminate inequalities created by mismanagement of public affairs   by anyone. 
  4. Fight poverty, ignorance, disease, and all forms of discrimination. 
  5. Establish and maintain good relationships between Uganda and her neighbors, promote sub-regional and regional integration efforts 
  6. Act as a platform to promote democracy, good governance, constitutionalism and rule of law. 
  7. Enhance integrity, transparency, and accountability in the management of public affairs. 
  8. Strengthen institutions of Government and promote the principle of separation of powers, and democracy. 
  9. Pursue Constitutional, non partisan and professional management of the public service, the security organs. 
  10. Encourage and support the continued existence of cultural and traditional institutions in the country. 
  11. Establish a policy of zero tolerance on corruption. 
  12. Engage in mutually beneficial relationships with international community. 
  13. Support and promote the struggle for the rights of women, children, the aged, the disabled and all other marginalized groups. 
  14. Cooperate with other organizations with similar objectives and where possible work jointly to achieve the said objectives. 
  15. Ensure that women are adequately represented in all decision making structures, the party shall implement a programme of affirmative action including the provision of a quota of at least 40% in all its structures to enable such effective participation. 

The Party comprehensive concept of sustainability shall resolve on

  • protection and restoring the integrity of the Earth's ecosystems, with special concern for biodiversity and the natural processes that sustain life 
  • acknowledging the interrelatedness of all ecological, social and economic processes 
  • balancing individual interests with the common good 
  • harmonizing freedom with responsibility 
  • welcoming diversity within unity 
  • reconciling short term objectives with long term goals ensuring that future generations have the same right as the present generation to natural and cultural benefits

Eastern African Greens Federation (EAGF) Women's Network Meeting Speech by Thomas Kentos Bakyayita

OPENNING REMARKS BY THE EAGF PRESIDENT ON THE EAGF-WN MEETING HELD AT FAIRWAY HOTEL, KAMPALA, UGANDA ON THE 5TH APRIL 2018Dear AllMy names are Thomas Kentos Bakyayita the President EAGF and the Secretary General of the Ecological Party of Uganda.First, I would like to welcome you all in this EAGF-WN training workshop. Thanks you for your continued acceptance to allow participating and believing... more


Female Politicians and Society: East African Greens Federation Workshop Speech by Robinah K. Nanyunja

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My name is Robinah K. Nanyunja, Iam the AGF Treasurer and a member of EPU. I am very pleased for your invitation to come and share my political experience with the valuable women of the EAGF. The road to the 2016 national elections in Uganda where I was a parliamentary candidate was full of learning and discovery within a very short period of time. I gathered knowledge and practical experiences... more


COP23 Outcomes

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A Global Greens overview of COP23 held in Bonn, Germany in November 2018. COP23 focused on creating rules for implementing the Paris Agreement. The key outcome of this COP’s Fijian Presidency is to get nearly 200 countries to agree to use the Pacific tradition of Talanoa - a process of inclusive, participatory and transparent dialogue - for working through the delicate, and at times contentious... more


Women in politics - experiences from Green leaders

GGWN logo
The Global Greens Women's Network held its first webinar on 16 April. If you missed hearing it live, listen to the presentations now.Click here to listen, and the transcript is copied below.Our wonderful speakers from around the world are:Metiria Turei - Member of the New Zealand Parliament and co-leader of the Green PartyMaria Wetterstrand - Former spokesperson for 9 years in Sweden, former... more


GGWN Webinar Summary - 16 April 2016

The Global Greens Women’s Network (GGWN) held its first Webinar on 16 April 2016, commemorating as well the same day in which the Global Greens adopted its Charter in 2001.  The GGWN invited a panel of Green Party leaders from each regional Federation of the Global Greens to speak about their experiences overcoming challenges and seizing opportunities in Green politics, and was attended by 30... more


Eastern African Greens Federation Climate Change and Energy workshop

7 April, 2018
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The two days Eastern Africa Greens Federation - EAGF - Women Network workshop at Fairway Hotel, Kampala has officially been opened by Thomas Kentos Bakyayita the EAGF President with a call on the women politicians to work as teams, build self confidence, coordinate, communicate and practice participatory democracy in building their ground networks in order to gain their rights, recognition and... more


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Eastern African Greens Federation (EAGF) Women's Network Meeting Speech by Thomas Kentos Bakyayita

OPENNING REMARKS BY THE EAGF PRESIDENT ON THE EAGF-WN MEETING HELD AT FAIRWAY HOTEL, KAMPALA, UGANDA ON THE 5TH APRIL 2018Dear AllMy names are Thomas Kentos Bakyayita the President EAGF and the Secretary General of the Ecological Party of Uganda.First, I would like to welcome you all in this EAGF-WN training workshop. Thanks you for your continued acceptance to allow participating and believing... more


Female Politicians and Society: East African Greens Federation Workshop Speech by Robinah K. Nanyunja

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My name is Robinah K. Nanyunja, Iam the AGF Treasurer and a member of EPU. I am very pleased for your invitation to come and share my political experience with the valuable women of the EAGF. The road to the 2016 national elections in Uganda where I was a parliamentary candidate was full of learning and discovery within a very short period of time. I gathered knowledge and practical experiences... more


COP23 Outcomes

, COP23 Greens NRW, GGPA 1, GGPA 2, , , , , , , , , ,
A Global Greens overview of COP23 held in Bonn, Germany in November 2018. COP23 focused on creating rules for implementing the Paris Agreement. The key outcome of this COP’s Fijian Presidency is to get nearly 200 countries to agree to use the Pacific tradition of Talanoa - a process of inclusive, participatory and transparent dialogue - for working through the delicate, and at times contentious... more


Women in politics - experiences from Green leaders

GGWN logo
The Global Greens Women's Network held its first webinar on 16 April. If you missed hearing it live, listen to the presentations now.Click here to listen, and the transcript is copied below.Our wonderful speakers from around the world are:Metiria Turei - Member of the New Zealand Parliament and co-leader of the Green PartyMaria Wetterstrand - Former spokesperson for 9 years in Sweden, former... more


GGWN Webinar Summary - 16 April 2016

The Global Greens Women’s Network (GGWN) held its first Webinar on 16 April 2016, commemorating as well the same day in which the Global Greens adopted its Charter in 2001.  The GGWN invited a panel of Green Party leaders from each regional Federation of the Global Greens to speak about their experiences overcoming challenges and seizing opportunities in Green politics, and was attended by 30... more


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