Dr. Anthony MUGEERE
Anthony is a Research Fellow at ACODE, a public policy think-tank based in Kampala, Uganda. He is currently the Programme Manager of the Enhancing Climate Resilience in Vulnerable Communities and Inclusion of Women and Youth in the Governance of Uganda’s Natural Resources (ERIWY) project which is supported by Care International in Uganda. Over the past few years, he has been involved in several sub-national, national and international engagements on climate change—including COP25 (Madrid, Spain). Anthony holds a PhD in Sociology (University of Gothenburg, Sweden) and specializes in teaching, research and advocacy in climate change, disability and health studies. He holds both a Masters and Bachelor of Arts degrees in Sociology and is also a trained journalist. He is also a lecturer of Sociology of Health and Environment at the Department of Sociology & Anthropology (School of Social Sciences), Makerere University (Uganda) and has published articles in peer reviewed journals and contributed chapters in books on various subjects. He is widely travelled across the global for his study and work (over 20 countries) and held various academic placements in several universities in Africa, Europe, Asia and the United States of America (USA).