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Juliet H Tembe

Ph.D Candidate
Department of Language and Literacy Education
University of British Columbia


Research Interests
Juliet Tembe graduated with a B.A in English Language Studies & Literature from Makerere University, along with a concurrent diploma in Education. After teaching English at the high school level for several years, she completed her MEd and joined the teacher education programme at Makerere University. Her research interests include: Second language teaching; language policy and planning; bilingual education; minority language education. As a member of the Association of World Education (Uganda chapter), she also has been involved in research on conflict management among pastoral communities in North eastern Uganda. She is the current chair of a non-government  AIDS service organization in Uganda: "The AIDS Support Organization (TASO)" and member of the Uganda AIDS Commission. In addition, she is a Lecturer at Islamic University in Uganda (IUIU).