Tindyebwa Agaba holds a BA in Politics and International Relations from Exeter University, an MA in Human Rights Law from SOAS (the School of Oriental and African Studies) and a Human Rights Law Fellowship from University of Tehran. A former child solider and refugee, he has worked in over seven different countries in Humanitarian Protection and started Social entrepreneurship projects to help ex-combatants become more productive in their respective African societies.
OPINION: We need to talk about racism in the aid sector
Casual racism, implicit bias and jobs offered over beer. Two humanitarian workers reveal the ugly side of the...
Man’s inhumanity to man: why and how the UK asylum system must change
'Do as you would be done to.' This elementary human principle does not apply to the way the UK expels asylum...
A cog outside the machine
The experience of entering the world of the human rights "professional" leads the author from Cairo to Liberia, from...