Media Association of Northern Uganda (MANU) is a premier think tank and media organisation that among others brings together media practitioners from the greater region to foster their interests.
Among others it was formed with the objective of carrying out media training, public policy research and advocacy, citizen and participatory journalism, advocacy think tanking and media awards.
MANU is a public think tank whose mission is to increase public participation and promote fair debate on critical social, economic and political issues in both regional and national forums.
MANU seeks to bridge the gap between policy users and implementers. It exists to make policies work for citizens and to provide an avenue through which they can have their voices heard.
It also holds leaders accountable to the electorate by assessing their performance through scorecard project. MANU helps improve policy and decision making through research and analysis using its core values of quality and objectivity.
MANU is positioning itself to be the region’s leading public policy think-tank.
- To preserve freedom of expression for media practitioners in the Greater North.
- To unite media practitioners in the Greater North.
- To act as a mouth piece for expression for media practitioners in the Greater North.
- To act as a link between policy/law-makers and the citizenry in Northern Uganda on matters pertaining to the media.
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