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Category:Vehicle accessories Category:ToyotaThe unspoken scourge of religious training in Uganda Decades of systematic conversion have left the nation with religious divisions that undercuts unity By Ruki Burwala PALU, Kenya, Oct 14 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – As the sun set on a recent evening at Baraka Primary School in the heart of the bustling west-African city of Kampala, teachers chatted and played with the children they had taken under their care. As Uganda’s conservative Christian politicians and faith leaders agreed last month to adopt – for the first time – an anti-discrimination charter aimed at freeing the nation from discrimination, the children and their teachers were unsure why a much-protested letter demanding more religious equality had been dropped from the process. But behind the scenes the clergy’s stance over the equality charter was a reminder of how sectarian and religious divisions have cut Uganda’s nation-building process short, as conservative Christian leaders impose their worldview on society under the guise of religious teaching. For decades, Christian missionaries proselytised in Uganda and politicians have ignored their work, leaving the population deeply divided over whether the conversion is a blessing or a curse. “We will never gain our society back if we don’t address this issue, because when you try to make people change religion, it’s difficult,” said Daniel Kadduka, a teacher at Baraka. Under Uganda’s 1995 constitution, the state is required to uphold the rights of every person to profess their beliefs and to build their lives around their faith. But in Uganda, the right to do so has been closely tied to belonging to one of the country’s officially recognised churches – and this has left many feeling the country’s constitution is an unfair and a politically-motivated document. IN DENIAL “We have a constitution that is like a post card that says, ‘I love you, and Uganda,’ and when you see the photo on the card, it looks like a really beautiful place,” said Marie Philibert, director of Inclusive Development and Equality, a Kampala-based anti-discrimination and equality advocacy group. “But when you look at the picture, you are so disappointed at what you see.” There are an estimated 5 million Muslims, 40,000 Catholics and 300,000 Hindus in Uganda, but the official list of religious organisations counts only 22 places of worship, most of them Christian. The relative



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