Uganda is a role model in hosting African refugees. Not confined to camps, the migrants can build up new lives in rural areas or cities. But as conflicts in neighboring countries end, refugees are under pressure to return – for example to Burundi.
Ugandan lawyer Nicholas Opiyo talked to DW about the deteriorating human rights situation in Uganda and the intimidation and harassment he, and other activists, face in their country.
Uganda has always been known as the bread basket of Africa and for the most part that's still true. But both the lack of rainfall in the northeast and the large number of refugees have posed a challenge to the country.
How do refugee journalists view their new lives in Germany? In the DW video series "Dear Germany," Moses Ebokorait asks for better economic policies, so that refugees can build a career.
Thousands of Burundi refugees have fled their country to the DRC in order to escape violence. Yet across the border, clashes with Congolese security forces have left some refugees dead.
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