Advocating for Environmental Justice
Our Environment Program focuses on biodiversity conservation in the Albertine region of Uganda, using media to increase public awareness of environmental issues as well as species re-generation
Strengthening indigenous communities’ capacities
To defend and protect their lands, territories and conserve the environment
Bolstering ties for protection of land, environmental and human rights defenders in the Albertine region
Enhancing grassroots activism in rural areas through community dialogues
Watetezi.orgTracking human rights violations in Albertine Region
Ngetha is developing together with watetezi.org an online reporting platform to report human rights violation, election violence incidents, and environmental crimes.
Discover our work in Environmental Justice
Free, prior and informed consent FPIC can be understood as one of the main achievements of indigenous movements, overcoming the old mentality that considered indigenous peoples as unable to decide their own future. It’s common in international law. The standard...
Forests guards (Rangers ) are accused of violating and abusing human rights of Indigenous community in and within Budongo Forest
A resident of Karongo village in Masindi district told Ngetha Media Association for Peace that there are too many concerns regarding the manner in which the Budongo Forest guards/rangers are treating community members in and within the Forest. Community members are...
The real Avatar: A video about Indigenous land rights and Environmental Protection attracted mixed reactions from the community of Ngwedu,in Buliisa district
On August,17, 2019, Ngetha Media Association for Peace in Partnership with our on-ground Environmental Defenders and Land rights activists in Nwgedu,Buliisa district facilitated the screening of the Film “The Real Avatar” a film that shows an indigenous alien tribe...
Ngetha Media Association for Peace conducted Focus Group Discussion with Hoima Based at risk Environmental Human rights Defenders in Hoima district.
Yesterday the 9th/Feb/2019 Ngetha Media Association for Peace conducted a Focus group session for 10 Environmental Human Rights Defenders in #Hoima on-device security. The activity is part of the Ngetha Media Association for Peace mission of providing digital and holistic security training to a network of EHRD’s in the Albertine region where EHRD’s lack safety …
New civil society-led report highlights attention to the main challenges for the right to food and demonstrates that ‘business as usual’ simply does not work
Following a broad consultation amongst social movements, indigenous peoples, small-scale food producers and NGOs, a new report is shedding light on the main obstacles – often unaddressed – that we face to meet one of our most basic right. Evolving around the use and implementation of the Voluntary Guidelines to Support the Progressive Realization of …
Bandung Declaration 2018: Indigenous leaders called on world governments to urgently uphold their obligations to protect Land and Environmental Defenders.
“We, Members of the International Land Coalition (ILC), on the 27th of September 2018, gathered in Bandung, Indonesia, for our Assembly of Members, following the Global Land Forum under the kind hosting of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia and the Global Land Forum National Organizing Committee. We represent over 250 civil society and …