Footnotes from the British Underground

This blog began as venue for my stories as I traveled in Africa. 18 months later, I return to it as I travel to study as a Marshall Scholar in the United Kingdom. My hope is that this blog can be a conduit for you - my family, friends and secret/strange admirers - to track my movements, see a photo or two and get a glimpse of my days in the UK. Apologies once again to Dostoevsky for the blog's name...

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Location: Bradford, United Kingdom

After graduating from Notre Dame, I'm off to England for graduate study. I'll be studying for a M.A. in International Politics and Security Studies. When not studying, I'm continuing to coordinate Uganda-CAN's efforts to end the 20-year war in northern Uganda!


The Silent Tsunami of IDPs in Africa

The linked article from the United Nations highlights the plight of the world's internally displaced peoples - some 25 million people, of which 13 million are in Africa. This is truly a silent tsunami that deserves the attention and action of the global community. The Great Lakes Region of Africa may be the most troubled spot with 5-6 million IDPs in Sudan, 2-3 million IDPs in the Democratic Republic of Congo and 1.5-2 million IDPs in Uganda.


Blogger Living in Thailand said...

We have a website that was created during the Tsunami please let us know if any people there is found and we will delete themAfter the Tsunami

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