SABA Episode #21 — Uganda, Ethically Speaking

A dose of the ethical dimension of travel is how Allan Point (@whereis_allan on Instagram) tries to distinguish himself from other social media influencers. Our guest from France talks about his favourite experiences in Uganda (you may be surprised), learns that Lake Bunyonyi probably isn’t exceptionally deep and drops a perhaps-not-so-shocking bomb on us: should recent anti-homosexuality legislation make travellers avoid Uganda?

HOSTS

Joe Kahiri is a Ugandan recording and performing artist and the founder of Qwela, a top Afro-fusion band. Passionate about creating a positive shift in mindset through artistic creation, he resides in Kabale (Uganda). Kahiri’s articles: https://experts.gorillahighlands.com/daily-dose/author/kahiri/

Miha “Rwebandira” Logar is an adventure/cultural tourism expert, podcaster and lecturer. A Gorilla Highlands co-founder, he is an Ugandan/Slovenian national who resides in Musanze (Rwanda). Miha’s articles: https://experts.gorillahighlands.com/daily-dose/author/admin/

BRIEF YET SPECIAL VOICES IN THE EPISODE

Jon Lee, the Voice of Santa Barbara: https://experts.gorillahighlands.com/daily-dose/author/jon/

Omugurusi Festo Karwemera, our Patron Saint: https://gorillahighlands.com/karwemera/

ADDITIONAL LISTENING AND READING

“Last Survivor of Lake Bunyonyi’s Punishment Island”; https://experts.gorillahighlands.com/daily-dose/2021/06/22/last-survivor-of-lake-bunyonyis-punishment-island/

“What’s a Gay?” and Other Ugandan Sexuality Questions”; https://experts.gorillahighlands.com/daily-dose/2021/06/11/whats-a-gay-and-other-ugandan-sex-questions/

“Anti-Homosexuality Bill, 2023”; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anti-Homosexuality_Bill,_2023

photo by Allan Point

Responses

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Facebook
Twitter
Whatsapp