The Department of Political Science and Public Administration, Makerere University together with the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) is pleased to invite you to the third dialogue in the political science seminar series. The dialogue aims to bring together an invited group of approximately forty people made up of political analysts, policy makers, politicians, academics, independent researchers, and representatives of NGOs in an informal intellectual environment to discuss key issues that influence the direction and outcomes of elections at different levels.
The topic of discussion for the forthcoming dialogue is “He who pays the Piper, calls the tune? Money and Transparency in the 2016 Elections” on Monday, November 16th 2015 at 12:00 noon at Makerere University, Conference Hall - 4th floor, Senate Building.
The presenters for this dialogue are: Prof. John Jean Barya, lawyer and professor of law and the discussant for his paper is Dr. Fredrick Golooba – Mutebi an independent political analyst. The two presentations will be followed by a plenary discussion moderated by Dr. John Kiyaga-Nsubuga. Your presence and contribution to the dialogue is highly anticipated and will be greatly appreciated.