Saint Paul's Voice Centre of Uganda: A Human Rights Organization
The Kanoni School (Uganda) gives important recognition to poets who have written a "letter to the world" in verses, asking the powerful concrete measures in defense of climate, refugees and new generations
The letter will be read on February 1, 2020 to students from Rev Educator. Patrick Leuben Mukajanga, with the support of UNICEF
Kazo (Uganda), 30 January 2020.
The "letter to the world" written in verses by nine poets living and working in different continents - and recently sent to parliaments, governments and international institutions - will be at the center of an important event Educational at the Kanoni Preparatory School in Kazo, Uganda, which will be held on 1 February 2020. The Institute is known in its country for particularly advanced cultural and educational programs and attentive to religious, religious and humanitarian values. The Rev. Patrick Leuben Mukajanga, several times internationally awarded for his commitment to peace and human rights, will read poetry to the over students of the school, which later will involve in an educational debate on the themes presented by the "Letter": the change Climate, conflicts, different forms of discrimination, the tragedy of poverty and malnutrition. The "letter to the world", collective poetry composed by Roberto Malini, isoke aikpitanyi, Dario Picciau, Glenys Robinson, Alatishe Kolawole, Antonella Rizzo, Steed Gamero, Skylar and Daniela Malini, is supported by UNICEF and is at the center of a campaign for The environment and human rights in the European Union and in the rest of the world. During the event, the Kanoni Preparatory School will give the nine authors of the letter an official recognition certificate, signed by director Prof. Tinka M. Gideon and the director at studies Habib. Motivation underlines the civil value and urgency of the message issued to the powerful of our planet by the authors: "for the contribution to the development of literature and art for the rights of children and future generations".
Saint Paul's Voice Centre (SPAVOC) is aiming, together with other organisations, national and international, to fight against LGBT discrimination in Uganda and the rest of the world.We are the voice for the voiceless and a human right defender and Christian organization based in Uganda. We support equality, access to health care and AIDS/HIV Prevention materials and services. We are committed to supporting the Ugandan LGBTI community here and abroad by documenting need for asylum, safe haven, and equality.
Rev. Patrick Leuben Mukajanga reading Poems from
Everyone Group and Roberto Malini for the generous donation!
Executive Director, and Founder:
The Reverend Patrick Leuben Mukajanga