Catherine Anite

Catherine Anite is a Human Rights advocate. Her work focuses on the promotion and defense of freedom of expression, media rights, and access to information. She has over four years’ experience working with journalists, women, children and refugees. She is the Chief Legal Officer at the Human Rights Network for Journalists in Uganda, where she defends and represents journalists at police stations and courts of law, analyses and publicises laws and policies that impede on freedom of expression, publishes work on media rights, trains journalists on professional standards, promotes media self-regulation and spearheads media rights campaigns.

Okonkwor Oyor

Okonkwor Christian Oyor is a medical student and a writer. He runs the blog Written Whisperz with four other writers, and posts his works there. For him, writing is life.

Sophie Alal

“A culture that is not in control of their own narrative will forever live at the mercy of another’s pen.” ~Mark Gonzales

Sandra Aol

Sandra Aol was born on 10th December 1990 to Mr. and Mrs. Okumu Emmanuel Luru and Tumusiime Harriet Luru. Aol Sandra is a talented writer and actress affiliated to United Youth Entertainment based in Gulu, Uganda. She is one of the bright lights that shine during poetry nights that happen every now and then in…

Kaigo Betty

Kaigo Betty was born in Budaka, Eastern Uganda in 1988. Her parents are Mr Daka Andrew and Ms Daka Grace. She completed a Bachelors of Arts with Education, specialising in Literature and English Language, at Kyambogo University. Ms Kaigo is currently working at City High School where she is a teacher. She is also affiliated…