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Kampala Geopolitics Conference 2019 Thursday, 17 October

Global Challenges Regional Trends Sustainable Development Goals

(Main Hall) (Senior Common Room) (Tent)

– Registration of Participants

09.30am Opening
– Prof. Barnabas Nawangwe, Vice Chancellor Makerere University
10.45am H.E. Jules-Armand Aniambossou, Ambassador of France to Uganda
“Kampala Geopolitics in the Global Discourse” – a conversation with
Mathias Kamp, Yusuf Kiranda, Alan Kasujja and Morgane Guimier

Dividend or Disaster? Power Play in the Great Lakes Region Making Noise or Effecting Change?
What the global demographic Regional dimensions of A closer look at the
challenge holds for us peace and conflict United Nations
Moderation: Gunter Rieck Moncayo Moderation: Renaud Girard Moderation: Christoph Plate
11.00am KAS Germany Le Figaro KAS South Africa
– Panel: Michael Mugisha, Centre for Development Alternatives Panel: Benno Müchler, KAS DR Congo Panel: Helen Nambalirwa Nkabala, Ph.D., Makerere University
12.30pm Helen Patricia Amutuhaire, Reach A Hand Uganda Beatrice Kiraso, Policy Evaluation Consultants Rosa Malongo, United Nations
Ann-Katrin Schewe, Berlin Institute for Population and Prof. Melina Platas Izama, New York University Abu Dhabi Prof. Mary Ssonko Nabacwa, Uganda Christian University
Development Prof. Jacob D. Chol, University of Juba H.E. Dr. Albrecht Conze, German Ambassador to Uganda
Alain Sibenaler, UNFPA Stephanie Wolters, Institute for Security Studies Hon. Mary Kakoro Okurut, Minister of General Duties
Sheila Patience Akello, Student Debate Winner

Diverse Power Struggles Who is Stealing Africa’s Wealth? Smart Cities for a Smarter Future
Transitions to a multipolar political landscape Investment, trade and exploitation Urban trends transforming
on the continent our daily lives
Moderation: Alan Kasujja Moderator: Ivan Okuda Moderation: Rushongoka Wa-Mpiira
BBC News Journalist Open Impact Institute
Panel: H.E. Deborah Malac, US Ambassador to Uganda Panel: Gunter Rieck Moncayo, KAS Germany Panel: Martin Ssekajja, Kampala Capital City Authority

Laura Philipps, KAS Germany Dr. Maggie Kigozi, UNIDO Hatem Chakroun, Agence Francaise de
Hon. Henry Oryem Okello, State Minister for Foreign Affairs Madina M. Guloba, Ph.D., Economic Policy Research Développement
Dr. Frederick Gulooba-Mutebi, Overseas Development Centre Prof. Nancy Odendaal, University of Cape Town
Institute Ingo Badoreck, KAS Rule of Law Programme West Africa Peter Nyeko, Mandulis Energy
Robert Kirunda, Wasike Company Advocates Morrison Rwakakamba, Fenix International Deepa Shekar, SafeBoda

Happily, Ever After? Energy is the Key A World Without Hunger

The aftermath of revolutions Powering Africa’s economic Utopia or a matter
and uprisings transformation of time?
Moderation: Yusuf Kiranda Moderation: Anja Berretta Moderation: Doreen Komuhangi
Makerere University KAS Sub Saharan Africa Energy Security & Climate NBS Television
04.00pm Panel: David Mbae, KAS Zimbabwe Change Panel: Claire Mazin, Action Against Hunger
– Christoph Plate, KAS Media Programme, Sub-Saharan Africa Panel: H.E. Attilio Pacifici, EU Ambassador to Uganda Ryan Anderson, World Food Program
05.30pm Alice Alaso, Alliance for National Transformation Didier Acouetey, Africsearch Group Benno Müchler, KAS DR Congo
Gen. Henry Tumukunde, former Minister of Laura Philipps, KAS Germany Antoine Diacre, Institut de Relations Internationales et Stratégiques
National Security Max Walter, Centre for Development Alternatives Humphrey Mutaasa, Agripoint Initiatives Ltd.
Prof. Yasin Olum, Muteesi Royal University James Banaabe, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources
Kampala Geopolitics Conference 2019 Friday, 18 October

Global Challenges Regional Trends Sustainable Development Goals

(Main Hall) (Senior Common Room) (Tent)

– Registration of Participants

09.30am Cultural Programme &

– Key Note Address “Africa In The World…And The World In Africa: The
10.45am ‘Kategaya Doctrine’ by Charles Onyango-Obbo

The Machines are Taking Over The United States of Africa Major Targets, Minor Voices?
Will robotics and AI make humans obsolete? Where is African unity Reflecting on conflicts through
heading? a female lens
Moderation: Michael Niyitegeka Moderation: Alan Kasujja Moderation: Linda Bore
Refactory BBC News International Law Institute - African Centre for Legal
Panel: Solomon King Benge, Fundi Bots Panel: Kwezi Tabaro, LéO Africa Institute Excellence

Alice Blazevic, Katende Ssempebwa & Co Advocates Caroline Roussy, Ph.D., Institut de Relations Panel: Cecile Mukarubuga, UN Women
Dr. Robinah Nakuwunde Kulabako, Makerere University Internationales et Stratégiques Prof. Sarah N. Ssali, Makerere University
Jones Mrusha, Innovation Hub 255 H.E. Rosette Nyirinkindi Katungye, African Union David Onen, Refugee Law Project
Silver Kayondo, Drone Nerds Africa Shaban Mugumya, Student Debate Winner Stella Mystica Sabiiti, Advisor to AU FemWise
Irene Ayaa Lokang, Association for Media Development in
South Sudan
The Machines are Taking Over
Will robotics and AI transform African societies?

Stealing the Show Destructive Allies, Supportive Enemies? The Future of Aid
Are non-state actors ruling Revealing political influence of the Administering the bitter
Global Governance? Red Sea Arena medicine?
Moderation: Charles Mwanguhya Mpagi Moderation: Dr. Edward Kaweesi Moderation: Raymond Mujuni
02.00pm The East African Makerere University NBS Television
– Panel: Prof. Sarah N. Ssali, Makerere University Panel: Hilda Namakula, Makerere University Panel: Michelle Omamteker, Malengo Foundation
03.30pm Ramathan Ggoobi, Makerere University Rolf Paasch, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Andrew Mwenda, The Independent
Liz Kakooza, Global Shapers Charles Onyango-Obbo, Africapedia Ingo Badoreck, KAS Rule of Law Programme West Africa
Henry Mwine, Student Debate Winner Angelo Izama, LéO Africa Institute Joël Boutroue, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
Prof. Waswa Balunywa, Makerere University Business School Prof. Yonas Ashine Demisse, Addis Ababa University Humphrey Nabimanya, Reach a Hand Uganda

Humanity under Attack The ICC and Africa Go Green or Go Home!

Human trafficking and modern day A complicated relationship? How climate change
slavery in the 21st century will make us pay
Moderation: Renaud Girard Moderation: Daniel Ruhweza, Ph.D. Moderation: David Mbae
Le Figaro Makerere University KAS Zimbabwe
04.00pm Panel: Agnes Igoye, Directorate of Citizenship Panel: Dr. Arne Wulff, KAS Rule of Law Programme, Sub- Panel: Peter Nyeko, Mandulis Energy
– Ivan Bwowe, Great Lakes Institute for Strategic Studies Saharan Africa Susan Nanduddu, African Centre for Trade and
05.30pm Hon. Herbert Ariko, Member of Parliament Linda Bore, International Law Institute - African Centre for Legal Development
Rosebell Kagumire, African Feminism Excellence Anja Berretta, KAS Sub Saharan Africa Energy Security &
Jakob Christensen, HAART Kenya Sarah Kihika Kasande, International Centre for Transitional Climate Change
Jesca Angida, International Organization for Migration Justice Aine Amani, Student Debate Winner
Maria Kamara, International Criminal Court Miriam Talwisa, Climate Action Network
Norbert Mao, Democratic Party