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“Canadian Atheist” blog publishes interview of Robert Magara

Posted: Thu, September 07, 2017 | By: Kanungu



The Canadian Atheist is an independent blog with multiple contributors providing articles of interest to Canadian atheists, secularists, humanists, and freethinkers. The website is run by Scott Douglas Jacobsen.

He recently published an interview of Robert Magara, the director of the Kanungu Humanist Primary School that is supported by the Brighter Brains Institute.

The interview is below:

Chat with Robert Magara

Posted on September 6, 2017 by Scott Douglas Jacobsen

Scott Douglas Jacobsen: How did you build a cooperative and flourishing irreligious community where you live?

Robert Magara: To build a cooperative and make my community flourish irreligious, I am just doing the sensitization about Humanism and using our Ten Humanist principles and values.

Jacobsen: What kind of things do you do there?

Magara: We have a primary school, women’s empowerment center groups, the community garden, we are also planning to build a clinic in our community given the funds.

Jacobsen: In Uganda, what are the bigger problems of mobilization for the humanist community? What can international funders such as Canadian ones do to support you? Where will the funding go if given?

To read the rest of the interview Click HERE

Robert Magara with Kanungu students
Robert Magara with Kanungu students



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