Minority Rights Group International (MRG) Deputy Director, Claire Thomas, writes this opinion piece for the Thomson Reuters News Foundation.+ LEARN MORE
MRG’s Africa Office in Kampala, Uganda came into existence in 2003 with the aim of promoting and facilitating MRG’s work in the African continent. MRG always works closely with partners within each target country and having an African Office has strengthened MRG’s presence in the region and led to the smooth implementation of various project activities and healthy, vibrant relations with MRG’s partners.
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