Brian Oduti is a Ugandan lawyer, writer and development practitioner. He graduated in law from Makerere University, Kampala where he volunteered with the law school's Public Interest Law Clinic. He previously documented the legal environment for Ugandan civil society, and philanthropic organizations and worked with the Lutheran World Federation's legal clinic in Rwamwanja refugee camp in Western Uganda. He is a member of the Chatham House Common Futures Conversations, a 2021 World Literacy Foundation ambassador, a judge of the 2021 Queen's Commonwealth Essay Competition, and an alumnus of the Writivism Kampala Workshop. As a writer, his work has appeared in Maple Tree Literary Supplement, Global Voices, and a Writivism Literary Initiative/Black Letter Media print anthology titled Odokonyero. He currently works with ActionAid International Uganda where he builds youth movements for social justice.
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In Uganda, the needs of marginalized people — especially those of persons with disabilities — were conspicuously absent in President Yoweri Museveni’s COVID-19 directives.