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I am a visible child from Northern Uganda. Who are the “Invisible Children”?

16 March 2012

Having grown up in Northern Uganda, Lango sub region to be more specific and studied at St. Mary’s College Aboke, a school from which Joseph Kony’s rebels abducted 139 girls in ordinary level, the name Kony is not new...

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The makers of Kony 2012. (Photo: Glenna Gordon / Scarlett Lion)

Taking “Kony 2012” Down a Notch

16 March 2012

As we speak, one of the most pervasive and successful human rights based viral campaigns in recent memory is underway. Invisible Children’s ‘Kony 2012‘ campaign has taken Twitter, Youtube, Facebook and every other mainstream social media refuge by storm....

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Uganda: Yes We Kony!

16 March 2012

This post is part of our special coverage Kony 2012. A social media campaign to raise support for the arrest of Ugandan guerrilla leader and wanted war criminal Joseph Kony has taken a new twist. In a blog post...

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‘KONY 2012’, and a military solution to the LRA crisis

16 March 2012

On 2nd March, the US advocacy group Invisible Children posted a 30 min campaign video for their new campaign ‘KONY 2012’, on the video sharing website Vimeo. Following its transfer to YouTube as well, the film quickly became an internet...

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